The Gainesville star
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Title: The Gainesville star
Alternate Title: Gainesville twice-a-week star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.E. Godwin
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: September 8, 1903
Publication Date: 1903-
Frequency: semiweekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 1, 1903)-
General Note: Publisher: D.E. Godwin, May 1, 1903-<Sept. 27, 1904>; W.L. Hill, Oct. 4, 1904- .
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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i N I~SV I ITl.P 1~LORIDA.. tI'Irl&'I)AV SEiPTE[IlR 8, 1903


'. I. wn lll .- After a Lingering Illness Mrs. Annie
Strangrellow Passed Away.
RE 'SG E ee sel-se, ,f personal soirow ,has
RESI.come to a'la.rge inurber of the. people of
,: -Gainesville through the death of Mrs.
Annie Iee Stringfellow. This sad event
His Resignation in the Hands ofi'"""k "la'e at the resideiice of Mr. Robt.,
I.. St.rigfe lltwi on Sundla evening short.
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Leave of Absence 1On Fult Pay
S JUntill Next Meeting-Other
University Notes
From the News, the l)etlailil |iiti
' that has dihamnpionedl the Fo'rles sidl (l
the Stetson University c,;li!il: :IT'lir v,.
take the following:
' DIrOR NEws:--
At a meeting of tlho C(:iiiitt.r. ,1n .\,i
ministration of the tl'iviesi it liFl lr ,.
day evenllig, Septemitber -Ith, thi futlli.
ing preamble andL resolution \Tr.,i :!i olilt.
by a unttllintlus vote:
SWhlereas, Onaccoinltolf tilii v\i'-,it i1'.
persistent and equally uiijst aitt: .:
wliich have heeln tlat l uponil l. I'oril ,-,
directly and indiirc'il.,, \, Ne i.- l it tiutlit
to aks ll to colltillic t hi-:; irtiivcr I)..
under .the t'remieiidotl s .iii thereby plac-d liX)IIh litll, ulil iillipc' ci
ing his ilongy and luntiriig ltiabor for tilie
LIniverbitv, tand desirous Itha It li.e ive 1tih
beefi-t of such needed l reIsta. is ill iJiill'
him full health ad Il strength; anilt,
.. Whereas, WVe art iitifornilt I ihat lir.
.'orbes has forwarded Ihis forlaJ r-ti n ill-
,tiobuto President Chandoin, Ilie'ving, noi
.doubt, such a course woultl stop tile a:t
tacks- uponl tihe Uni varsity; Lthirc'forl..,


Mrs Str iiftvllow was the widow of ness .
C S tringfllow, -who, at tile "A.r Wi.(t 1ex
i,' ''lrt ti ul, ,i,'elh-,,r who, at the PAYING FEES, ROWIN\G FVT. The'teachers cxaniauntio6i is goiag oil
1iii' of it i; ielt, hi\ ars elgo, waih I flere today, and umaii teachers are in the
!I.'i'i !ie' itsl'. She was tie daughter ....city.
"I the U it- Mr. Jiaimcs U awl Mrs F. S.
\I')f t.liel N She was horn at Covington, Liquor tlen Up Against Hard Mr. atId Mi s L. C Stuith h.ve rclturn-
Al',-;Illdvl. irl) titi, Cov.1 ington,^, i edl from a pleasant oultilg at WOlrthingtoW1
'e! ,i lc!ittie iore tlla 37 years ago, Proposition -Kicking r pleasant oig t orthito
I')" Ole (""nHe t) Oaiiicsville at Ati early A rings.
S", thait cllost or hier life at us been Against Fate. Mr. anll Mrs. (~. W. lrunubly have r.-
s!,ct: iin this city.- The County Coainlnissionels, through turtLed frou) a visit to their old home in
rn) chilhIllood Mrs. Stringfellow has their attorney B. A Thrasher, fieci all). Maryhandl.
1nii a li.\'v.t-il ('iristiani and an earnest pearance in the fainous wet iand dry lrec- M1Iis.Ses hlainiie Slhutt anld Mlaiud Neville
:i.i, t liii' .l t:l-r of the First Presby- tioni contest ca-se in 'answer to the bill re- have returnlled from a visit to friends in
"ti.i iiimli. h ciHr s weet-spirited and cently filed f tllhe salotn uwli hv their Iadtidlordt Cmultvy.
oViv t t charcter drew malU to attorney R. l HDavis.- The iboilCr-s ualli soLle other lix tuils tor
ur, so ti,.t ;i v ri w' ile circle ol (rienais 'ril ,.lti> (l t11h ,p.n1 ..I 't., ',i ,11111i, t 1 l l ,\Iu t itt i light l p hlll ha\I lria \ iedl,
j i t h it!i iiar fti ily ini sincere s% TIow at sionlei-s 1A I-. I ,- i il e.Is l h I 1i I t lal s, l)ook lke blisinae,-.
Ilk ,1I*'.l I lhea irts or F l ilta'li, i 1.1i "h 1 ,a ,,,l. 1 ,1- lIt l c l i _tel, mile o i tile tiii >'
TI .. fi:cial :s rvicc.s were 1hel.I tl t ile p),r I.latle, 1 al. on l ll, I. sfilli l t I,- the "t itllL l l tti
I. lii \iChf Ital mtlllah, Ibis ala lilt'
ti ::,.,in, I l.ii g C conduclitted i lltile Rev lthli will I. tilltn rIi tl). g 1. n i ll, nI.r i
l' ',-.. 1. Iay. 'l The large (.,InIgIl g.tiii,,In ji.,llm at I i itl uc I .'i lf.tll l 111I l e -i 11 it. I
present il the deep fec f eelin ev el. ti it., tlil ,t n.,\. t,, ti. i.l \ i t ll' ilu l l lillen iill
i I e i mii" i.i,'l SnI-. IUl t he ei e -steetrl in whl t i l e i mu pi i i i- I:i,.p-.. r-ll I r,-' i l, .'ililluiat' a ii tlm l ,thi er kkil.l. I..
lt!' I' llt i ll lit i iti -k- .L -t t ull t'.-lI l i-- I t i i -; nllil i.
()I lose relatives slI leaves t,, iiio rla tliln i K S. ll.,dsia k, Almhiluait; W C. D).tu -
tler lciuiturc i a widowed inothel .Ir, I Thlie 'li.ct I, II-. l ,, i i ,, P I ... l i 11. lit.I, llg1 iie; C.. A. l'r nai lle, laii lltol. ai.l
S Alexauldler, and brother, Htmll I.taa-, ai .llnll t ;L hi.1i, pIl(,iiti i ll., il-i .lre' K Re ll es, llighl Sprmlll CmCe 11l tlit' Cti
Fl. A elxamn er, of l)e4and; Ail -In r. 1N r kuking i niiist i le '\|ir'isitl %ill 1, ll'n- )c..t tluy.
Robert I,. StLringfellow, ail si.i 3 1i III.Alililt\, %iigaAitl % liti lthl-v klIn w tit In- i
\\il lie Striungfelluw, of this ellt iglat, W ;,, A iag iln l ft. T lt y i n lly 'kick k ic ll, csl tile )atmi l g tle sul phglinal- t .r
The pall hearers were VW R Tlamiaiti. un lill tlhe)y diisloitll, tlir lt it kers I'uw t aih t im ht',i cntll J %.# liarroli, 'L'jliniie
S I-. r.lti- n, W \V. It. Tailor, J. W Wiile the laniil of fate i,- n llteir a .ll ,inti 'd ".- '5
IIIn i 1). WI. garner anll W '. T lientll a. tii. mi t t i ie loii ll ,. I ,lo t.., Ilk .Eit; VW Kichliil-
A\ ll 1lIiL;1uaI llar e n lllltlll'l r ,ll Illr:il .l- -. ., ,,,I I'lh,,n IIPeI c.,,.k Gl on all.. k'. i

fi cil gs w-re ioticcliibl heiviig Ijcell
i:oitliilttiib lty Ilanly loving 'riehiids--iidll

Resolved, That we tender lo tlr. I'iilicn hlie Iheaultifil colors adopted by the
a leave of absence on full pay untiil tlh i ).ituilgters of the Conilederact wericL a,,lllt.
next regular Aininal limeting (f it' iIt, Iocirdl .cI' t l (s.t t 'lecoratio)ins, having bet-ri
of Truistees, or until they -il ll t,'pii.i l, I .the-I I) loving 1uell.lil,.. ofl the
the resignation. j. ,'inlley (;lhptei, of which Mis
SIiLAS B,. \W'RI(IIT, Secrt.:t. i '-,,i i -;,,I. v as a much ilimL il aii.-ii-

Al'tI tL e liit r vices ;il thlie v m ihulch Ilil
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The News undL(erstandtI s that IDr I1,I.' ur ;it' Ii iiil'tdeI tile relmains %tere follow-i-
has sent his formal r'esigii;tin to i i) i t \' l i.re illnetary by mini lov-
Chaudoin, the president ,of the lp.T liv. s a 1 I l.1nds whvi there s-.w
Trustees. If so, this has Iee c lol e, ,''", ilo it- lst e:ithly re-s lrg place
in the interest of the 'lliv\'-lit ,s r t 1 l lliititl of olIe ah i y11 il
Forbes views it, hi the hiope tht tth.l t .i 1 ,'
versity will not be disturl- l by i ;.: l .i t it ii h-.1t ,,f .I.her
.controversy. t *- ] hiTii l'/i th i .t lie
Mr. Wright informs 'us that ti. t i;t: 0 ,
of the resignailionl wais not I-if, l y Sellnt lrg
Si' Il Suliiay Se llng
a sittee, all(l they ire t o (tt I m (i -, )vt t Sei, .

cial meeting of Llie Boar l of iu,t- .... -
be called to act upon it., bIllt that lt 111 n : ,' j "-. : IL'i"iiti r. l 11. il ,l li
ter will go over untilil Lthe iintl t i<'l;, 'i, a i nlr: o" selllig eggs. .m1 1i .... in
in February. mte la w
SThe school will li under the n lie cht rge was brought by .A Chiilos.
rthe school will me butler he II:u:n -
allent of l)ea C. S. Farriss, ii ier sit i lit, i- Il-s i Johl l Aleck ), also it Irtrut imnli
v rient of Dean L. SI. 1tariss, riiiKl t vi <' o t 1
supervisory cotitrol oif tin- A(llitiiistrit -t;i tifeillary ieiIt er, ai d wha il no liuillt
Committee as is-givein by the I i t -, lai\i. to eirili Coro.
The resignation (if l'rof. I. SI,. S lchIi. t 1t it \ ll plain that tie lw hal
as il s irectoi- was rO .i -i m I i t en violatmili, alld whiile it was not lie-
as IllllCS -directo r It-s r-t'ci"ol iuIti :a i -
cepted. Several applicatills fi l the i li e th t h li tol le e
tion were consider lbut no (Ifinit n aglaill t hris cmtliipetitor because of lhis
tion taken as yet. gat r spect for the Snday law, there
WASI l linig or the court to do Iil 10 ill]-
Prof. Litchfield Colttlon, of thte Itsti othig or e court to t ut
School of Techniology, \was elected assis- Ise o fi ne, which however, le ina, I.
oi1 l 'y i to m illal --$I a uin co(st!.
taut to Dean Plaille.
SMr. Fletcher camilei up frolm Jack<)- I'e have heard of ibt oe nmanh -a iier-
ville to attend the inecting aimdl rietLrnil -I taiti-collaltlilg te act of hic ji lge
ot thie. ii nigit trai,. in the iiatter, ald tile judgr, kniowilig
that hie oully did his duty, will loe alio
Mr. Holloway a Candidate, sleep oni that account.
While he has niot yet made a formal Our Side Walka.
announcetnenti, ion. W. 31. Ilollvo.lay,
Superintendent of Public Instruction of i)'eople who live here Inlay niot notice as
Aliche County, authorizes i eprepselta- readily as visitors do, the condition of
tive of The Tities-Hlerald to state that lie soitte of our sidewalks. We hear-I a
Swill be a candidate for the office of State prIminent visitor say a. few days ago that
Superintendent. they were a dtisrace--iu soalle place-
S With a degree of great satisfaction atld airi as badly as we wanted to hit hirn we
Stride the Tilnes-Herald can say with ini- could itot do it, because we knew he had
punity that this paper was the first in the told the tl itth.
State to mention Mr. Holloway's name Thie proper autlhorties shoulhl look at a
for this exalted position, an'd it wais a few S'uict places as can be ueell oil tile
lucky strike, for so tanly of the most it,,- Iast side of the square, ia fronl of
portant and conservative of the Ilorirdla 'Neill and IIarrod's places, and on the
press fell into line. lie will poll a no: st se of East Main Street North. lae-
flattering 'vote throughout the State a1 l tween the residence of h)r. Phillips altl
is absolutely certain of election.-P'ilatka the MIethodist church. We trust it will
Times-Herald. not require a damage suit against the city
to cause soane repairing to be done.
Off to Jacksonville. Cook-Smith.
The Gainesyille Quards left via the The Magnolia Hotel, this city, was the
*eabqard 41.r Line this morning for Jack- scene of a very pretty marriage ceriuion,
sonville. where they will go into encamp- Friday afternoon, when -Rev. W. .1. Car-
ment with the balance of the State pointer, pastor of Kavanaugh Methodist
troops. Capt Geo. M. Lvnch, having church, said the solemn words that
beenrhonored with a position as Regi: united in the holy bonds of niatriluoiny
mental Quartermaster went over several Mr. A, M. Cook of Fairfield. anil .Miss
days ago, and this morning tlih Guards pearl M. Smith of Wacahbota
wetit officered as follows: Capt. C. R. After the tmirriage was over the happy
Layton: Lieutenants, J. W. Blandting, young couple left via the Gainesville and
JTao. Seagle and W. J. Carpenter. Gulf railroad for Fairfield, where the
.Last lOght the Guards participated in groom is a valued employee of the Gables-
a' prize drill, and Seargeant Fletcher viileand Gulf Railway Company.
Burnett. wais awarded the medal. T 'le Star, with other wlll wishers, ex-
Otht Justis $ d teids congratulations and best wishes.
Oth- e Justices. hoiufd
Deputy Sheriff Livingston, of New-' Editor Setier.
berry, Friday broughlWilliamnOllege col- Elitor Setier, of the Hligh Springs
ored' who had been convicted in justicee Hfortiet, was an agreeable caller at The
Portion's court, at Newberry, for' crry- Star office yesterday. Editor Selzer has
hig a ilitol. -The prisoner not being able been 'on the sick list, and has been
to pay the iloo lesser against himt will nursing a' ick brother for some time. in
have to dig phbaphate. Other justice in consequence of. which he failed to get
the county who !ave imposed smaller outtwo issues ofhis paer- Ilis friends
'- fines than l$oo in such cases-which is a will be glad to 'know that be-and his
direct violation of their sworn duty- brother.Are now-to'use the editor's own
shbold learn a lesson from the Newberry lauguage- "able to mope around a
tiMtie ad hereafter track the law. little," and'will hope for their early and
t complete restoration to health.
'leaned at Owen 2 1) Vnind a do ayd, will grew to
rd W .lC ,,14,V tf 0 Is 8O 0 ,0l- .
P f .

rt1(lI SPRIN(is NEWS.
Items of lntereit I romn 1hat Wide-
A-Wake Little City.
lligh Sp lings, Sept 7 ---Misse- 'hillnlt
I':lkiie, Ml, C Ilnrneti e anilI lil.i L'C(ipun,
ihree lwinsomlle )you-m ii 1.li.1 <'i lM .Ir- -.,
lire, gtil s e l.ot i -l ilt', Mll t. g M vnri ,llu
Miss lIa/ie I'o%'iIll, % iho haLm-:iaen I iuilet
ill, is said tol lie bellt r .it tl '% writing,
*,aI this ii rl'firi aliu % ll M h 1.1t llrli- n1g t,'
ht-r IIIIIier lS frienllds
Mlr. nIal IMr.. J C' 'Nv,%it.ri \ Illt 1:1-
iih ,, foi N '%., > '. k ,aui l ithli i iiiirtlirui
i ,iti klt I I11 :i liillh 1i. i l i I ( i: -.ii rc li ili
.ini iliine-.
'. ( il.hli c ll '.. r..111, 1 it N illi
rilh i I.-I w\.i' k il n i lll l l l li Ill Ill-
Illh S ,II ll 1 I I Is l \itl i tll l h, l lit i

1., aih I, utliti,' Iic ,i l l in t i ,I 'lhl.il.
.1 11 11 1 %l li I %II .I .1 %1. lil .

.v Ill :t1 I % l t. I l hll lll ll, 1 a I ,11 ndI
I il her
Miss .M11m, iri'i n n 'lil rtililm il her frien-.i
atl iie restlice (o1 I ai Sitanrh ii eveiiilg lll hi plrg irt 1
bi v I "I'p Jliilk 'L'hi tt.' I l ie lnImliaI
gile-id plemt.'v t, auni l ll'll ii. till i\,tl- iii1
enjiyalle i one.
itr ndl .M1r- It It. I;,li-h lhi.' iiva ',l
iliit( their IiCw r-.hilll-nc '.
Miss Minmliuae Cole i-, vi atmi i,-tI ii i. i
Snnth Curolllin.
Mr. M. C. Morisonii, alfit hali\ing ieetl
cotiaiinel I) l u, roomai f ma'.a tiw ai is. is
ahllt h"1 li oit. llt again.
Cotton is cri inig iiai, ailis aiiiiket free-
ly, nial is briligilnl salitiafctlriir' iice.s.
Ettel Arrested
Jlhut before going to lress this intortnig
J. N. lAtel, proprietor ofl the Brown
Il'oiise, was arrested oil Ii witnrlall hworl
oitl ly I.. \'. Jackbon, hlargilIg lili
witlh assault ansid blatery, lIhe sliecifica-
tions being that Mlr. I'.ttil haid lalperd
Master I.awrence Jackboil, a pson of Mr.
L. .Jackson.
Thle case will probably be tried in tlhe
lilayor't court anil before Judge C'olJinan.
Arrived F-rlday.
.\ I. Reeder elprerersentlig the Clale
Piano Coa.lnlfiny.l arrivrtd wi li ii f.nailny
last Friduy, iromn louinsville, Ky suid
will, if successful in Ihis ol orts. to work
uil a hbusinessi here, ii,.ket this hii future
holne. lie Beeim wvhll plesedl with onir
city, and his prospects for bIl iness thus
far lasl seetmed gooll. 1Mr. Reeder is
locate ill the Jlaird c < Allag, at 417, \'cst
Court street
H1utchlnson Discharged.
I.cul Ilutchinsoin wt uillp before the
Mayor yesterday morning on a charge of
selling whiskey, huit for want of evidence
to convict lie was deschiargedl. No one
who knows leum doults lils guilt, llut he
is what is known around town as a "slick
coon' and it may ble soile time yett Ie-
fore he is taken in but lie isn stre to get
in sooner or later.
Old newspapers, suitable for wrapping
purposes, 15 eta. a hundred or 5 for 5
cts., at TIH B'rTA officer

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%' .r. anlllili l ea th a mines-i vll lol i to t llC
a it) ii llll l,.a
S Iill ,i, l1 1. ai1 i t'val s loLe thile work.
i' 01 hUale Iy l) i. hi. I a. i.lihhlliag, tiialllt.
\il]i ail i I il.' i ost,')ll )it' I iing .m tlore, I l igh
t ,Nl Iligh, I 11 .
IL-ll ,1 Il iltl i t.ll, II Illgl l 1 l0111 4.
si,. till g.1tcahlle etillki "1 lie S iar oillit'.
i a u111y :11 ll tllchlell Is a \naliiLd rtiia .
plhdo)tt' thle .. t. 1.
M I. M. L ilrownla, OIIn lf .Atel hei 'ba iit.l
PiiimiaCitI iland highly ait. alilcid I'ill Citis,
%%a III h tht e ll t,,eeldav wa 1 1 Inlil, 'The I


S)o not blame us if your f ieid'' coMie t; ,4g 4 1 A4M t 1 .
to 'see you and we. make lib mention
about it in The Star. We do imot Visit vi iave
every lihome In the city every day, and we e W ve
can t ot see into every parlor :rom r our
office. It' we i4ml't ientlliona It, it ais your
fult In Stock, and are constantly receiv-
Gidh..eis' Uip.rallelefl aiair Grower ing "up-to-date" Shoes for Men,
.is all that its nameti i mplies. It cu-res W mien and Children, at popular
dautlruff stops falling hair and produces 0,111011 ad Chldren, at popular
new hatir. It is an, excellentlair dresser. prices and- ot te es aks.
For satile at -. 1 Gidding's Drug Store, ces an o the best makes.
(:atintesville, and the P'ostoftice Drug Store
igh Srprings. ll
Our new tax assessor, 1o, W. W.
Cols6on, has asssuuiedl the dluttie of the of-
fcc Aid is hard at work. Mlr. (olon Particular attention to the Ladies
looks atui ralat the work, a e iues ging "Brockport" and Mens "All Amer-
by hlis uistal go-alheadedness we
judge that he will soon be feeling us ica" and "W alk Over" grades.
natural as he wow looks. i .
'The l.laptist church was crowded SIun- V athes
today night hy persons who attelnedl the ATon,
regular Stluday night tunlou service, and .
n, able scrmIon wvH preached by a visit- hoc and Lattel r O 8t., qitinelvilleh, Fla,
ing lPresllyterian divine wanted l erris. ,
Nvi t S11m l., ,,li l 0,i' 1'1ioan iselvice will 1 Qt A Qoi
Ile 1.1 i1he h.d ,lvthldlat .-.tl

,,4 l i lie IMI,,..41 'tI c: 1t1hllt' .
ev I'. P It .i, ,,% ,, l Itinh. limvCe re.-
Iitrlk Id l itiil SlaI iltit i. ., C' %Illee Ihley
Si il 11 i i lloiill l \11 Ip l ."1mnil ll N ll 11lil
h i h lilut %- p it|oi lat ii l. l h ii it m-Iit--
glillail l in.1 1c llt ui la' CII i lli gl n. a c I o-. II
lightly l t iI.l I l t I i vi.1 [I Caill % r ll it tiiil
hlb h If t'l InmIu'h iliii ( iu hcii lth n iiit
ltr it il i I llt i uili.ii\ Il l i tic 'll e ,lt' i-
eil I bi t i e i l ic tilt-i ll Im. ill li a itihl.
Mllbs Anlinie i all rs, r il ol" l Highl ,plini s'
brightest, piettlle-it ald miuOlst atconilplithl-
eil OIlllg Illiesl at r-l spell ling ti few
ihaS inll this 'ily, thlie giist of her frienil,
M1sVs E:thel l lo llowni, eparted for her
homlle ye itt-lrdiay'. Misi Ilal'a s hai lil, 'ii
all lidi ng \\ e.l'lt ) tii I f'iniale College, iant
will in auiot ia ilidni, rietlirn to etailaume
her tnill be ol slit!ditSl.
N. u. ulyd. l,If .lakboiulllt, spenl
SatlLirdaty iaighl' aIm id ilulay with lin leo-
plei hl this city. IIe left yesterday for
I'alitka, whe l'e ie hilaus mouie buninesics to
triaisialt hiel ore it ailg to Jaksoikuvll o.
MIr. lio)l i. iit i excelhinl Ciaihii utaa
onllllag g litllllillmn wVlamm 'tia IIIilh ni aimhaI
whelt IhI left l re i- Altli \%hone li liVlnlii i C
tlion1 gK 1l1l tI 0 ie him .
lon 11 %'. N. t'Ciain. the ploli llhile i tilal
Itr.an It kiig ol thi ts isectlon mof l lolihit.
laish Imlnaalm.ies visitLor Il the city 'iatill-
,lity. Mr. t'mlp hlat icently returneal

. .. III .. .y.. y.. [rllyii p Iit shii u l m i vll sle i, re tI I l o
N ti leiI'ant e l ln ill Ir O a aiow figiirhig tithe I11ila -
Mr. illIUt I Mllrci. l.Iiel l anl\u re- Ielt o(f ,.ialnageIs li(~ bi'll Ibie i tle to I ut Lon
liiini.nl, pileaaulIl oiilg ut Atall iic i ,i Iltiuarket this ye) Ilorilmi lnete'li
lIeic. hal re they w'nt ia llY -rinrcat imrt imuh dev'lrliitm u- Mr. Cuinla
lie, 11. InIl's hea llth. III 11 1V Iit tit- v r6 it [ir. Cillili
1 'lum. MI"lile 'a health, hir A. i. Ilill'eary Ii'5vei' thias i tiling,
l;, i m 1 Ic.i dllpb nlh iI'5,II lbtA Mnl i, illili. i L iilla l i ', t. 0, 0al olllcr gi-nll-lenlle ,
muhlin- loi wrllupig l iirposi.s, Ciai Ihe lhail
.tiIm 1iili ria I ,1i 0 ltii1r 0'J c it'aI a llnt 'I l t it ma l la ch thi t will tinry liftten men,
Li'il I m1 olty-lii puitliti s lor .s 5 1.1. I i l wi lh Ih ley wilIl 'i ry Ily u lit d i l to
l..,l\ t l.lt hami l one ol tmia 01 illnl a ll .'l !;11llat' V imin1t oi llle It m S atW i mIaIle liver aandil
\wr-Ii) Uilnllg IntII who IlIa* lbel.tl Lteatch- Ia111'r' tl ,ll lil I lt the wnvei. 'The I"llen
In g .ol h i.-lI iii tlt' \. Nt, tiil p lorltlol ol tl I will g11 lw i Ill thie Iliml at I li Ilri for-l
" lt) sm iti IetUlrHi.-II o ltt .. city,. Ihal 'ilit'- MN r. II illiary idn C al. II.
a A,. 'I liriinhrl ;-ilr list rlinig i i kg nII lchl .
'la'hilewac tlihat w.'r- INs llie sort weL
bt-li. uit 11u ot hbe told Iroin slerliing bll t
C.out (li ltr s .e an ail ntliuw onui Iainnly I For Sheriff.
be. aiaulul lal' t ral I. C. Siallli. 'I', ',li' t ti '. eri of A iac itI t (,Iai y
J .\. llolloway,. a ianln o ut l ii l lI I lerl'l y iiannollrn ii el' I ii n 'in ( lidiale
ealli otl lI.Ikc City, in Ill the eily toilay. for lihti ollice of Slheriff. Hillnjecl o the
F:ltoaI h lie l goes to pol s iIIn sn ili "tin of lie rtl Ienicrair priin ry.
If I'lctcll. I alrolli i "L- to ( lIclitarge Ihle
I lorllat, iin the itlett(t of his I H. ti i of e It the v-ry hiet of iIy
A nice line of oill spouo h and forks, Iability, anl.I I sollCit the siillp ortl f iif l
mor lier ileh, I l, ulalal, coh iiieit linld t ullu vo ittr tlit t li p ull.
lehs o iler lIHt-s. IJubt tlie Itlig kr wel- e pe iC.it l tl fLlll
uhiig andl IirLhllal y gift I,. t. SLmith. I L'. ilA1.II'
G( I atiney, e )' p n i iroial t lt cIItene of '
.[11, mI, sail -ho aii o lha bit i i nllei titer- hIIAIR (IHOWI!R
est a at Alachl ua, wn. i l l I e city I' rllluv, Ilil, klyl N. 1', 1AIil It, .'1 ,
inlll I h)aid thllis flce ail i)aliCeciaitcl visit. I)r ,'. It I;I ldllngh,
lev. 1.. W. Moore, edlitor of thie Flor. Intir ,ir
ila Lhiiistisii Aidvacuat, Gainesvillc., is Will you ki illy Inform niIc lry retuii r
domiiciled at the %\ crandrua Iloube, Nortlh mail If you uiall piiodl yair fifty ceiit hiol.
4.lharlolle Sltreel.-St Augtiilbie Record, Ile of lair (.rower the I npia ral ledl
eLplt. i. ('ITradle Murk) atnd if Ho I will matiid you
If )our hair is becoming thin try (;Il- a ostnl iote for thie n aniei. 'llate h-
alings Lupliaralleled Ilajr (Grower. For nfrin IiIt Iheanmoliit of postiage If It cail
siule by LDr. .S. Ii. (lldingm t;aintsilile, lie mailed
and the I'ostoflice lirug store, Hligha Wh in l lorilai the whiter of 197
lSprinlgs nnil g9 1 ubed live hlotllcas of lthe tweniy-
I)r. N. I). l'hillips left yesterday for five ccitl size and l]rouducedt a nice growth
iLonilrH", (;a., wheia lie will spend tI few of hair where it hild 1 h-en entirely bald
week with selative'B. lie will plroLaily for nlfteci ears, atial now I wouldl like lo
Ill ing Hsveral of aiin little graili chlnl lriel try it tuice more if I can get it.
bI.ack with him when w he returns. 'oIlas truly,
Ir(OR RItN'I'.--''hree large cool rooms J W.A YNICN, g5 Iliraks -'
uiifurulllhed lur light housekeeping wilthi taLte of Florida,
p'ritlege of bath, li 320 feet of lulhlice CouLnt of Alacliua,
school. Mrs. R. W. Hall, 700 H. Orange City of Galneaville.
Street P'ersonally appearedil Ijefte thle mtulb.
A..I Moore, a prominent business mani scribel, a Notary I'ihlict. ii iill for the
State o Florlda, at large, S., II. Killings
ot ligh i Srings., was a pleaant, called at who hietguly, sworn it srnelepol s ain
T'lie Star office Saturday. Mr. Moore'in says that the :lahve LeFitilnonial was Penlt
little -laughter has been seriously Ill with to hlin by imail by J. W. Ilaynes, a manit
typhoid fever, but was much better wlhen whom lie hadl never seen or heard of,
Sw h also that he had no knowledge of the
inaai ever having used or procured the
I ave you tried Giddings' Ilair Grower? I.n paralleled Ilair Grower, atdll as far as
OtherN have tried It ant pronounced it lie klnows n noone haul inlhtlncedl iiui to
good. 'or sale at. II. Gthiddings' Drug sendl it, and tlat tie mian haas never re-
Stoue, (. inieaville, and I'ostolhice Drug ceved anything for senlinlg it.
Store, Iligh Springs Sworn to andl sulmcribed before mte
Mayor W. R. Thonias will leave today this I12th day of November A. I). 1u23.
for Kenlucky, where lie will purchase s. I1, lI)LNIlt, M. I.
J. M. i.v'iul,
lorses and mulles for hls sale sables. Notary P'ulic for the State of l'loritla
IIe expects to be abaent about two at large.
weeks, and when he returns look out for
hia advertiaewcut in The Star.
VO l'K NT.-Houe in New Gaine- Send Us $.oo fora Year's
ville. bight rooms, with bath room, fi-
teen acres enclosed. Three-quartern of a
mile from public school. For inforina-
tIon apply at this office.


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.U O M O "ProfJ. J. Widleiman hls hbefn in tlle
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Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Newberry of lligh
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C- ream of News. "Ida.
STo Chicago Business Man Secretary of C--ream of NeWs. Florda S
Treasury Says an Elastic CurrenoyI 4
S Insurgent Leaders in Mace- is Net Needed. Georgia Assessments of Rail- sr sMumm ry o
IsSri.! Summary of Moat
0onia Issue Proclamation. wo hundred business men from sil road Franchisos Smashed. Important events Steamship Line for L. and N.
Sthe country listened to Becre- of each Day. A special from Louisville, Ky.,
t--- a of the country Istened tos of ays: Wit6ln thirty days a line of
Stay of the Treasury shaw talk on iteamers established by the Louls-
MOST HORRIFYING NEWS REThe Business Outlook" at a banqte REDUCED SEVEN MILLION -The Electric cotton mill of Eaton- lIe iand Nashville Railroad Company
,, .. in Chicago Wednesday nigh t t he ton, Ga., has been purchased by J. W will be In operation between PenusL-
Auditorlum hotel lty the National Ab- English, Jr., of Atlanta. cola and the most important ports of
S Plondish Atrocities Continue to be Pen. soclatlon of MerchantiF Bng Travelers. Returns of Arbitration Boards In Case -The action of Judge R. D. Russell southern Europe.
!I petrated Upon Helpless Women Lyman J. Gage addr-eled the aso- of Southern and Scaboard are In striking a paragraph supposed to The arrangemefits for the line of
d Ghdrn-ll Chrtian elation on the same subject Just before Filed With Attorney Gan. refer to him from the presentments of steamers were concluded with the
d hn his retirement from the treasury do- oral Wright the grand Jury of Jackson county, Austro-American steamsblp line. The
i' Villages Burned, apartment, and grelt nlatreor was al- e.n ia.e has given rise to much comment, ships which will be used in the sor-
L n leshed .to the Wpmeeh of the present ----- --Through the error, ofl be North vice are all new.
S Advces of Tue.day front Sl a, Bul- secretary. 'his discussion of the The first of the awards fixing the Carolina enitentlary board, a negro The .ulevlle and Naohvillo rall-
arla, state ihat l;e M.lr,.dniul rovo- financial question, Becretary Shaw do franchise valuatioll of tWe bi grallway who recently died In the state prison road has' for several years been en-
"wl' lita. nlr'.ry ~of clared that what was needed was not
itlonists d H a r o dollar, bt soe provision systems of Oeorgla were made Thurs- was made to serve three years ille- gaged In business to the Medlterra.t-
S the sultan't a.soii, r iaim the by which, auoma c te ggro- day by the arbitration boards to gally. ean and Adriatic seaports. Herelo-
S lo nt licllnt g.. 11,i insurrection gate volume of dollars should increase which were referred the franchise as- --he plat.prm of the Pennsylvania fore, however, tho service between
In northern Maeit'ihl.. ioe proclnna.- whenever and wherever more dollars gessments of tho Southern railway and democrats is entirely devoted to state Chose port. and Pensacola has been
e i 'i Tuesday w nd proptly issues. The libel law Is strongly con- Irregular and uncertain.
ilIon olrhlch v d Tuesday werneeded, un wou as prop the Seaboard Air Line, and under their demned.
lgnht by all Ihoe Ili, lrs of lthe in- In beginning his adlirress Secroeary findings the state gets returns of $7,- -A crank named Wellbrenner went Colored Educational Congress.
urgent general ia iif The new out- Hhaw considered the present business 750,000 less than would have been the to Oyster Bay to marry Miss Alice The Colored Educational Congresi
break Is headed l",. il.- Iiamous Macs.- loom and th(i probiblllty of its perma- casm under the assessments of Comp- Roosevelt and was arrested. Well- convened in Pensacola the past week
l'onian leaders, (C ii ral Zontchloff, Uon"ce. ils conni lions were express- trolljr General W. A. Wright. bronner was armed, with several hundred negroes in at-
n the n co ed In part as follows: The Southern railway arbitration --William J. Bryan announces that tendance, among whom were some ,of
president ohe llnn comm-'- "As noeqrl) s i- an be estimated, the board cut nearly $5,000,i000 off the he will accept Clarke, of Ohio, as can- the most prominent colored men In
tee, anti C'lonrl .Jl l(ff. who was annual prodluctive capacity of the comptroller generals assessment, fix- didate for the United Slates senate the country. The sessions were held
wounded iin rho illrinig (it' 1902 American people is cloven billion dol- nlg the value of Its franchluo In Geor- in opposition to Mark HFanna. at Palmetto Beach where addreas-:s
The nIw i..rrltr.r,' (ievrs to (dis- lars. This lioes not include raw cotton gin at $1,(j60,000 as against the s- -At Chicago Wednesday Secretary were delivered hy some of the proin-
trlct in thn valley ofr tle ltirumina at the and munuractiurod cotton; but raw sossment of $1,561,2i)7. Shaw addressed Ihe Association of Inont visitors. On behalf of the city,
base of the Rhoiliti' iintitinital chalu, cotton and ihe value added thereto in In the case of the Seaboard Air Line Merchants and Travelers on the busi- Mayor Welles delivered the address
and to the north of ih ic ivrr Vardlar. the process of manufacture. Of this the arbitration board clipped nearly ness outlook. qf welcome. The closing mco'fig of
Colonel Jalkff ins 11i. ting tho move- we oxplrt one and one half bllllons, $2,750,000 off thei comptroller general's nes o the congress was held In l.ie local
ments of ithe li( nd iin lho norlitern ani import a billion of other merchan- asseao ent, making it $1,250,000 as -Gener Charles King has been houees nd mas y ngroes o
part. Newa i f s.ovir.- Ihliting is still ,,dl mainly non-competitive with our against $3.997.!l9l, which were Comp. elected president of the Society of the nationpra h e, nd drese the aosemn
being rcteodl In Soula At tilh vil- own product. We, thorofore, cousuino troller General Wright's figures. Army of the Philippines. a n negro race to grasp
large of ArmieniH. afitr a day's lighting tie equiva-lnt of 95 per cent of all The arbllrators in the case of the -Aguinaldo has addressed a letle r the opportunities now oiTered for adu-
the Turkish trol-pei in the nilohi tinme w, prodiuti Not while these tondl- Southern were Hon. J. Pope Brown to the Filipinos urging them to forsake e oppornurioTes heonereor was
massacred the entire population of tions c(ntinie will prosperity ceas. for tho statp; Hon. Roland Ellis, of their besetting sin of gambling and to catonl purposes. he congress was
181 men and 2110 women Th"e Turks "We are the most prosperous peo- Macon, for the road, and Judge War- make use of the opportunities offered ent rom all over the country. p
have also massacred the inhabitants of ,le in the world because we both pro- ren D. Nottingham, of Macon, umpire, by the United Btates. eat rom all over the country. A
the vig of Pel s. lt e nl consume more than others. The Seaboard Air Line arbitrators -Three explosions on tne Austrian trip on the bay was givn he de-
Threat to Massaure Turks. The little we sell abroad, amounting were Judge Spencer R. Atklnson for steamer Vaksupa killed twenty-nine rates.
t is reported that Itllinl Pasha, the to lo per tent of our net production, the state; R. C. Alston, for the road, persons. The explosions occurred Thirty-fiv saloon men of Perdacola
,luspector general for Mocedonla,. re anl the little we purchase abroad, 6 and Hoeward Thompuon, of Gainus- soon after the vessel left a Bulgarian met the mayor and marshal a few
fuses to leave his headquarters in the or 7 per cent of our net consumption villo, umpire, port. days ago consulted with them
Conak at Monantlr. The Insurgent constitute no challenge to the state- The umpires in both of these cases -The American and British argu- relative to the closing of all saloons
Leader Oruff, In a letter to Hllml Pasha, mont that our prosperity rests with' were selected by the stato's represon- months In the Alaskan boundary case Ia the city at 12 o'clock each night.
demanded that he prevent the barbar ourselves. Unless our factories and natives on tie arbitration boards, have been submitted to the commsi- As a result thirty-threo of this num-
rous acts of the Turkish soldiers and worlT shops voluntarily close, or la Judge Nottingham having been named sion. It is sild the American case is her signed an agreement to close
i Q a ebalhi Bazouks, otherwise the rovolu- bor voluntarily refur03 employment, by Mr. Brown, and Mr. Thompson hav- very strong thi as o se t iit
ilonarles would massacre all the Turk- or commerce voluntarily ceases LtU ac- Ing been designated by Judge Athlin -The cotton crop In West Afrlca and nL. open them ngaln auntlll 4:3
ih lh Inhabitants. The insurgents have tivity, there Is no occasion for alarm, son i, turning outt wll. Extra trains are a. The proven tnhel aree
occupied tho mountain pass of Oerg01o Ir'nless apprehension becomes epldem- 'In commenting upon the "slump," belng run to transport the staple, meant regarding the opening of en-
a On the main line from Salonlca to LUs- Ic and uitraconservatlsm' contagious, Tho Atlanta Qonasliutlon says:
u b and Turklah troops have Ibeen sent the immediate future holds for us as It will be Interoeting to note in this -8. P. Mitchell. a negro, was bound loons for all night business Is that
S to dislodge them. much of real good as the immediate connection that the arbitrators In the over at ThomaavIlle, Ga., on the should a fleet of war vessels enter the
The town of Kalkotormovi Is report- past has showered upon us." case of the Georgia Southern and charge of swindling negroes by promJ port, by obtaining the permission of
ed to be In a elate of anarchy, the Discussing then the monetary sys- Florida railroad, Hon. G. Ounby Jor- 'isng them pensions under the "Hanna the chief of police and mayor a ba-
S .urks plunderIng the houses and com- tern of the United States, he said: i dan, representing the state, and Hon. bill." loon keeper can keep his place of
: citing unspeakable atrocities on the "A very respectable number of very T. B. Cabanlss. of Forsyth, without -Letters have boon received at business open as many hours as he
S women, good people and of that number I de the aid of an umpire, agreed upon a Rome, Ga., from, Rev. W. M. Bridges, may choose. The saloon men aso
A strong force of Turkish infantry, sire to be classed, believe our financial frlmichlso valuation In the case of that of Texarkana, In which lie denies all agreed that should any saloon In the
cavalry and artillery recently attack- system, good as it Is. might be Im- road of more than $3,600 a mile, the charges made against him. city be found selling Inloxicants after
d.' ~ the village of Storlo-ol, northward proved by 'adding an element of elas- whereas the valuations in the case of -The Sunday delivery of beer sold midnight tho remainder will petlti'n#
of Malkoternovo, which hald been ic- tlrlty. I do not think ihore exists any the Southern and Seaboard were by the Rome, Ga., dispensary on Satur- the city council to pass an ordinance
coupled by insurgents. The latter re- great nunlhor who blellove we should $1,800 and $1,491 per mile, respective- day will fnd Its way Into the courts. prohibiting the sale of liquor between
tired, after which the iltnks entered have any Inflation. Eight years ago ly The Georgia Soulliorn and Flor- -In his message to the Alabama the hours of midnight and 4:30 a. m.
the place, massacred the entire popt- ywe had $21 per caplla. Now we have ida, however, is owned by the South- legislature, which convened at Mont-
l atlod and destroyed the village. corainlny more than $29 and probably rin, and it assented to the $3,600 val g6mery Tuesday, Governor Jelks dealt Tampa's bond propos.,ion has beon
Vllages Pillaged and Burned. nearly $31) irr capital. Conservative untion because, as was stated by one with the peonage question. He thinks shelved by the city council, the pro,j-
Conslar dispatch rocolved in Co. uslnc men andi conservative bank- of the road's represoitatives, the earn- Alabama eas been criticled too harsh- osltlon being to bond the city for
,i tantinopie from Prlshlna, near the cre Ia o not generally consider this an Ing power per mile of the Georgia ly. street pavitg and sewer extheusinn
Servant fronmter, confirm ithe rporite Insufllclint normal minimum volume Rouithern and Flouria is much greater -Many Mississippi negroes believe The report of the special comnittoe
r(that nearly all the Chro ln vi llags .f currency tb han that uo the Southern considered that the nomination of Major Varda- was presented, the committo, as a
n that nearly d l thr hriDsbra, fillyfor "Tlhe term 'elastic currency,' of as a whole, man for governor means a return to whole, being opposed to $250,0(100 of
m le ferom Monastlr a Cllicevo. avercoure. is a nlsnomer. What Is need- Under a decision rendered by A'tor- slavery. bonds, but recommculding the ta.l-
m ilelios ires Munastir still cevii, have ed Is not an elastic dollar, but some Soy General tJhin C. Htart. the arl ra-
h b ben plllged ad and burnuod n ial hlie Od is no an elastic dollar. uT som oy cnr Jii( C. anrL the artltra- -Brooks Story, the famous Missist- ance of $i(in.fOO Even with this rc-
hav fled.t nnot atte provision by Which, automatically. Itho tor Is made the sole Judge In ihese slppi convict, is again at large, having' duction, the report vwa. tabl-l. Thile
aggregate volume otantdollars shell in- cases In the event neithler of the aroi. made his fifth escape, action will te a grerI diwesappoitntl i
Whether Albanians or UBi.garloan wore made his fifth escape. action will be a g g-Ati-iii
ether Alhtanlans or OIt,ariags were crease whenever and wherever more ttalors agree with his opinion, tiiottili A monument to the late eny to thps rdng In h various
hperpetratr of f ouragls dollars are needed, and will as prompt- ith arbitrators are required to jul M-Alville Jacmkon was unveiled toons where I emants were con
In spite of tho aplarent gravity of ly retire when not needed." jlm in malting the awards. llle Jackaon was uvelled at lons where imprmemrnts were con.
b o general sltllthon,, oiliniiilkn pro- The ariratoOpellka, Ala., Tuesday. templaicd.
f aila In Turkish circles In the cirs, Tlh arblirators In I-ne caso of 'no
alls Turkish cclo. in ho cours TOUR OF BOBS POSTPONED. boulllern railway assessed ttH fran- --The trial of the directors and ex-
bf lhe anador, Baron Illrtlinal Von Blno i tllo In Georgtlu at $1.80o pIer nillt, ti ecuttive officers of the North Jersey Mamis o hae a po l delivery
I ambassador Barnon b IrsIH hal Von bI0-n Noted British General Will Not Visit na.alist asi ass ssmenit of $7.177 lor treeoot Railway Comparny. accused of ystem im, to lcoilln operative ton No-
S ibertelon anwi the ulu an ambassor the United states This Year. ri'1il put upon It by Cunilirrlll.r (t,n. manslaughter In connection with a vemiler J. 'istlniaster Hudlge will !In
aroe hoes with the sultan with te A l.ondon dispatch aays: Although eral W. A. Wright, lth.lrely culting it railroad horror, began at Newark, N. atuguralo the sIRo em. Tliere are to Ilu
i urposo of recomnlnTling ire nor- ld Marshal Lord Roberts IH still clown throlpi fort hs. J. Tuesday. Ihree mall carriers and one subsi,.
' ~gunrllh rommaandnti-rulng c to le i booked to sail 'or Boston on the May- The totl usIsusiiuUt u ti n ,lho -The stale tlepartment hss ordered ille. Thorne will Ie twnty flve lotr .r
Turkish rof h mnillitry on erhir the flower Boptenlher 23, it can now lie Sruihern's franthlsie hv Iho arlblra- Minlster lI.eschman. at. Constanino- t'oxes locate. In varhiius part. of Iuli
ltacon ropl tiae miit ry operarei to rehe doelnitely Rnitedl that hoe Is not Knling tIrr Is $1 ,irin.'00 ta ,pgiilnl tl.rRfi 2!it, pie, to press for a settlement of all ltty. The three rouuies have be. n
sultan contropol at he pCtant ied no o ie- to the Inited Stlales this autlluin. an which ll was usaus al I,. the comp- mailtters at Issue betwoon Turkey and laid oti, giving ench carrier an eqalll
:'. tmn control at Costantinopl. '00 In r allterallons in his plais was Ilolelr gelonral, a loss of nearly $F,.uO0,. the IUnited States. portion. or as nearly as possible.
Ogetal reports edy that r 00 ions r nccealaltted hy the postpnometnt of n to i th, ntto. -Estimates have been suebmlitod at Posmaster BundgE has worked har.l
tho fgherting wl o occurred last wool the Brllli army Inoaieuvers untlI the Nuu change was marlo in tho asse.ss- Waahlngton showing that large sums or hls iroveeni.
|l,, the vilayet of Moncured last w n le of lelt,lenbor and because of m't uri Iiho Sotllutl'ln's uInngiblu are needed for Improvementts at navy
;e oro ha ye ent of a monstlli ran. tle slllunl in hSomnialllnamd, the wwar proporlty, whihh was $1i).1 0.127. yards and docks on the south Atlantic. The I3rilRsh steamer \'alntila, while
to the poAustrian and t asian manuindma- o ne iitt wntlitg I.ortd Role)ort to he It is a I mistake, really, to Ray tt --After Insectilng the ground and taking a cargo of Ilmbir- and tlnibh.r
tdor the a tr Coln anlinopl n pointnBa out w n Afr-lcnn 'lve irern wa ila mve hy Iht arl ira. ,elldsnAs of c o tli 'tp wa imtie In Pensacola bafy. was lil.,olod Iby ,iho
I' that at the recent manss netlnlug of ('altnpaln is in preparation. ttr.; it Is the 'itllng and return o Ih reary Shaw declared it Is the united States authorllles on a silt
Macedonians In Boina, ulgrIa It was unpir'',. Judgo Warren I) Nollnghanm, finest sight he ever wllnessod, filed by I.ul V. iDunihamn. wh
Madecided toniand frosh banda into Ma- Offer for North State Road Rejected. so Macon. for both of l(ho arbitrators r w s claims $5,000 as damages for pe.rsinal
donia, ail also calling intention to the A llepatch fronm Raleigh. N. .:.. 'lgierootd wllit him. and tnder heo Ic- -Ft';thar advicrs from Macedona
fact that commnlttlos In Itlgnrioa were sayBs: The council of state Wedneo- ilsil rendered by Attorney Genoral to that mnlnscres by Turklah sol- vessel wr o
S aupplyeet g the Insurntte s witl ga rme lay afternoon rejected the proposition 11:t the decision of the umpire Is dier continue. Unpeaable troc vssl.
nd ammunition by mes ships to lease the Atlantllc and North Caro final, wheolir either or tho other arbi- ties are committld on women. The R David H, f an
h land ammtheir barosy on the cost lina ralli'oad for fifty years, at 2 per tratr.' agroe with him or not, and -Annlston, Ala., Is to get a million who has been figuring Irominntl
i the vicinity of nlaa. the ent anitlally. The rejection was una- lhy Inust Join hlnim n making the re- dollar steel plant, now located at several of the hqor cases aince rie
Srt. Pttburg. county went dry, Is again in IIto toils
I POI PHILIPPINE SCHOOL8. ;-Fleld Marshal Lord Roberts will of the law, having been arrosteld t
S --- THE ALASKAN COMMISSION. JUDGE 18 BEING CRITICISED. be unable to visit the United States Offir-r rnmw,li nn..

In ..the,11111111 h had arranged top If..I %. t Iill
New Education Measure Provides --- Inl the natumn as he hat arranged to of selling whisky This perssteit
$72,000 for First Year's Expenses. Arrives in London and is Prepared Struok Paragraph from Jury Present. do. preacher was arrested -tveral weeks
iaon llroal says: The new fr The action of Judge R. R. Russell, ed to lte ripe for rebellion. it is maid
education bill has just br.omno a law. Secretary. of War Ehu Roo, o- in striking from the piresentments of that arms are ling shiplpi to the Th J. A. Blir 'rnn
-It appropriates iho stum tf $7S2.00)o 0 o ScreStry of State John W. Foastr, the Jackson county. Gn., grand jury a Isrhmus for Iue by revolutionists. which was organize i 'alary w'y
cover the expenses of iho first yir. Hanls Taylor i-nd Judge Johtn paragraph wThich It Is generally under- -In Person county, North Cnrolina, begin In a few lays to g1i landl, whihll
It further provhles tl t imt, huni. Dickinson arrived at Liverpool on the stood was directed at ,udge Russell groans worn hoard coming from Ih6 Is suiniate an Sanble, rt andy for p hit.
himself has canned very gonpral dla coffin or a woman who hail bol ship- Ing. The company t, o pinki
dred of the beat quallfioe Hitl ,nt'sC, Celtic Sunday for the meetings of Ie .o throgholt the country Th o f a won1 who had been) shp- Ing. Thile couiany p s.s lto piNh
securinig at least 75 per cent n oir h Alaskan boundary commlaon. They paragraph, which was strickon out an pod a og dllsanr. S he was allve', Itn acres, first In lelttur. andl later In
subject at nt anntial oxanilnaLlo.i, wore received by Mr. ollorlck, a. omitted from the official report of the ibt died in a short tin.o. celery. The land will tbe iiledi ror
Ihall have the prlvlle.'o of going to statant United States dispatch agent, grand Jury ask published. is as follows: -Robbers onlered the Office of .lh Irrigation from an arteslnn well (,n
the Uniteil S9a1Ut tu itmrnplolo iteicll (il behalf of the Amer!can oinliasyy. "We find that there have been some Chicago St reet Railway C'mpiny the liremises The present organized
education lat lisrHuiins deslgiatl~lt TPhe party wont directly to Londoa. irrogulnrilloa. such as working public Sunday morning, killed two employ. tion is to exist four vxcars. An expert *
by the governor The Canadian commissioner are also road noar sNluler. which had not been wounded two others, secure.l V'.i006 celery grower and truck farmer h is
o haniJ. authorized according to law." and ercnped. beba employed.
COTTON GREATLY IMPROVED. -----. --..--- -William J. Bryan has canceled
COTTON GRALY I EIhs engagements to speak in Ohio. Nd The nasegsitenl In Tanmpa for tho
Coaidltlon of Crop for August Reported foreason LIs aiven r Erms action. r inn t p.
Much Above the Averiage po Great Development of Staple lless. Many Friends Felicitate Him Upon eps re ei taen to med rase at ll al i
The monthly roepni Illu. u tiate Runilling of Extra traln.. His Escape from Crank. the six etruitural trades, with 600.00 o it 3ear r.
df statistics of the d,,p ,l 1 i,. ,f m Advloes from Lagos, Brlali Wot Turilay President Roosevelt re- mberd t abolish a groat corkeuncl.by Itse morS ed at recent m elnrg of pron.
t i s t a t s t i c cit ty i h n i laiigiill I i i ,i i ,
riculture at Washingtln ti ll l,.w ih, Africa, state that the development of ,'elvel mnnny tleggranm congratulaittu t. a h ane y te a a npld. The m inrease wasc
average condition of cnltoin on, Aiig,,, tho cotton trade In the Interior is so i>"m ain his c scarce from the hands of ro n e b The inra w
26 to have been 8i0 as conpur.-,I wilt, groat that the railroads have been IHenry Woellbrnner. tile insane farmer. -Addressing the Steel Institute of made necessary by The special levy of
l9.7 on July 26, 1110"3; 6(4.0 on Auiir "tlit gd to run extra trains in order Owlig to the large number of these Great Britain Andrew Carnegle ex. 1-4 mill for the expense of a hospital.
26, 3902; 71.4 on August 2-1, o191 an* transpo P rt the staple to the.coast. messages he will tie unable to answer Iresanse the belile that some tday nd by tho arlll onal mill rired or
tea-year average of 72.4. 'Th.r in every prospect of a further them, but appreciates the spirit In worka and the United tate wi
in. raise in cultivation, which they were sent. The secret sr- work a one in al things.id aw s a re r
/ vice force has been Increased -At Iarodo. Texas, a rlld quaral. r.
n PT W L NT B exio on account of yellow fever I G ERNMENT SUES SHERIFF.
,,"ety.Nino People Killed--Spposd Kaiser Witllilam Styles the Reformer ap aPrijn
,.,., Work of BulgParian Rebel,. Greatest German of Th Alt. RdEini T WILL NEattert ontiry. Escape of Harvey Logan from Plrsin
Greatest Gran of Tfeh A. Administration "Stands Pat" Regard. -E. C. Daniels, a prominent planter to Be Probed by LUnce Sam.
All e dispatch fIomi Cin stntineo bt l tl.lress delivered at Mor th of Spartanburg, S. C., has been bomil to Be Probed by Uncle Sam.
i'nkplO;" Three hl'.fI' Constninollno.whi h n anllddrese delgver at More Ing the Panama Canal Treaty, Actlng (in instrllullons fi' m Art or.
e i Three expl sitt wich c. rg, Prtual Emple ror William. o T over on a charge of notling a negro
d C d da n t A ran rmnyl s klng of .Wittenouer Additional Instructlons have been boy in involuntary servitude. uey General Knox. suit was Instlluted
c u r o n 'u ti i t r i a n r m a m i y oeniona
steal V* ..eoon after it lh.rit Illo (Martin li.ulter burned the papal tabled Mr. Beaupre, the American nin- -- nbhers of the society 'of the at Knoxville. Tenn.. Prlday by Un
Bulgarltll'a ~q .Burgat el o route buildings in Wittenburg anL was bu-. later at Bogota, reiterating. the posl- Army of the Philippines are gather ig States District Attorney Wright ior
for ont iI 'Iit'illed twenty nte rind In the churoa), salid n that Iron of this goveortaent- .rBgardlng at St. Paul for their annual reuni;u the government, against Sheriff J. VW.
,1haId to be beacbe4, K narteats act of Ilbermajora for t he nWhole Minister Bea.upre'a latest Instruc- Admatgs. The oversamen r or' claim '
?ba 'Inich Iwortdl itktt the worhl, amd the stroSu'et 'itt awulcn- I iatuts advise him that ProaldenaLt, jPQ! psope in Cubs, The health authoni. Logan, Rue traja 'robbe, -frm fle
,f tP hiOtot world.. ,and the strol ot "i we '. Advie hi u i that Pro ROm it -An unklown disease Is killing on acont 4l the escape of Harvy '
14 110. hummer ... .. ...0yft' ,t el i ,.U -not S | ..,. b,-g,.n.r the1O, tra ,
.... ... l .... "e....^.i* i .oO.t" Irslan.d have appealed to -, "

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rho rnlroad, were saved.

A few days ago Charles B. Martin,
a promlnent planter of the nor'ihe-n
chd of Alachua county, lost both
hands from the explosion of a stilcc
of dynamite eis face and body were
nlso mulllated. Mr. Martni was, at
tlih time. shooting In a lake. presuma
:ly h for the purpose of killing flash. He
was landing In water about two feet
diep1t H 1-lighted a fuse, but sup-
posed it went out. Just as he was in
the act of applying a newly lighted
mnich ln the fuse the dynamite ex.
'piilced before he had nn opportunity
to throw it into the water, with the
result above slated.

.Iudging from the amount of real es-
iato that Is changing hands, a "boom"
I'i. : :rk ii: ut u P.rtep;. There w(,,. 3
eighteen or twenty town lots bought
and sold during the past week, and
r'al estate is increaEing in value in
the town every day. Lots that were
considered worthless a year ago ale
now selling for two and three hnndreJ
dollars, and lots In the business part
of town can hardly be bought at all.


Ex-Revolutionary Leader Urges Coun.
trymen to Forsake Wicked Ways.
A Manila special says: Aguinaldo,
the ex-revolutionary leader, but now
a pronounced supporter of the United
States In the Islands, has just address.
ed a letter of advice to his countr-.
men. In this he urged them to for-
sake their besetting sin of gambling,
to Improve their methods of agriotl-
ture and to attend the public achloot.
generously provided to, furnlh' b 'j =li;
educational OMcpltci, .I.1'',

officers had with Wellbrenner. After
the man had turned back the second
time despite his insistence that he
had an engagement witl the presi-
dent, the officer, Io make assurance
doubly suro, Inquired of the president
about the fellow. Mr. Roosevelt was
In his library only a short distance
from the spot where the officer had
stopped Wellbremner's horse. He told
the officer he had no engagement with


Kills One, Fatally Wounds Another
and Captures Remaining Two.
At Baldwfi, L. I., oarly WedneAilay
morning Deputy Sheriff Lois J.
Cook shot and killed one burglar.
probably fatally wounded a second and
captured tAo others. He discovered
them trying to'btea kinto a vacant
house at Baldwin's park near the In0n
and a desperate fight followed, but
Cook escaped injury.


Convict In North Carollri Peniteltiary
Victim of Inexcausble Blunder.
At Wednesday's meeting ol the dl-
rectors of the North Carollna state
penitentiary at Raleigh, It was found
that durlpg the fuslon adlmniltration
of the state a negro, Henry Allel,
from HallfaI county' had been e*c
.teOd to tile pei teftia for twO
yearn; tht e lilil was recap-
ture4, b- ttre WSS
uip' of bli

:ate News. .

The Sbnday Leaguersn PonladOla.
The Pensacola Bulnday Leaguers,
who made a dismal failure in their
efforts to close up all places of busi-
ness In the,.clty, have not given up
hope of meeting with ultimate suc-
cess. Their last failure was due to
the fact that the mayor and sheriff
did not take the same view of the
blue, laws as they did. Later the
Leagubrs appointed a committee to
confer with the sheriff relative to en-
forcing the laws. The members of
this committee called upon 8her;f
Van. PolL and Informed him of what
was transpiring on toe Sabbath, and
offered to point out to him the various
parties who violate the laws. The
sheriff holds views entirely different,
and informed the committee that if
they could point out the violaters It
would be but little more trouble for
them to swear out affidavits against
the parties. The sheriff maintains
that It Is not his duty to keep a force
of detectives at work looking for
these small violators, If they can be
termed as such, and that he will not
molest them unless the members of
the League swears out affidavits and
places warrants for their arrest In his
hands. The Leaguers will hold anoth-
or nieeting to take further stops.

The troubles of L. J. Tippins, the
Georgia attorney, who was arrested
In Pensacola about a week since on
the charge of obtaining money under
false pretense, seem to have just
commenced. In addition to being
wanted in Mobile, Ala., he is also
wanted In Reidsville, Ga., on numor-
ous .charges, and a warrant charging
him with larceny after trust comes
from that place. The Ueorgla sheriff
was not aware of the fact that Tip-
pins was already under arrest, and
sent the warrant to secure his appro-
hension. The amount Tipplns Is alleg-
ed to have secured by the transaction
is $103. Tippin's young wife, who
came to Florida with him, and who
stated that they had been married
only three weeks, has left PensacolA.
She stated, before her departure; that
she intended returning to her home in
Balnbridge, Ga.

The trustees of the Florida Stats
College at Tallahassee, have not boon
idle during the summer. Improve
months for the convenience of the stu.
dents are being added to all the build.
Ings, and when school opens on Sep.
tomber 24 the pupils will have consl.l-
erable difficulty In recognizing the old
buildings. The members of the fac-
tily will arrive ..\ Tallahassee several
days before the opening of the forty-
sevonth soesson in order that they
may be prepared for the eight months
work before them. The seven new
instructors elected at iie July meat-
ing of the board of trustees makes
lie faculty of the college the equal
uf any in the south.

A new company, with a capital of
$20('10in. has been formed at. Tampin
by Vlncenle Guerra, .he company to
engage In the manufacture of cigars.
Sqner Guerra is one of Tampa's
I)oneer cigar manufacturers, and has
Just consummated the organization of
one of the largest cigar manufactuir-
ing corporations yet formed to do
I),1sliiess In the city. The concern
will be called the Gallano Havana
Cigar Company. A factory will be
buillt niii th company will engage In
lie ninariufacture of the brands of
liar Havana cigars for which Mr.
(iIoPrra and his associates are famoni.
Application for letters patent for the
new company has been drawn ny
Georgo P. Raney, Jr, attorney for
the company.

Tho Caryvllle hbotcl, grain ware
hiuII niind firnilireo house belonging
to iho Sanford I.imber Company, I
Miller Bros.' store, the residence of
Dcpol Agent Blake and the office of
I,. I.. Charles,, Justice or the peace,
wrec all burned one night recently.'
Th'e tir originated in Miller Broa.'
store about 1 o'clock a. m. After a
Tremendous effort on the part of the
mill hands, the depot building, several
rosidenccs and the large store of the
Sranford Lu.mber Company, north of

Made Repeated Attempts to
See President Roosevelt,


Episode Termnlated In Arreit of Luna.
tie by .eorat Service Men, His
Trial and Commitmont- to
SMineola Authorities.

A man giving his tame, as Frank
Wellbretner was arrested at Begamore
Hill, Oyster Bay, late Tuesday night
while making a persistent demand to
see P~asldent Roosevelt. The man
was armed with a revolver, fully load.
ed. He was taken to the village and
placed In the town prison.
Shortly after 10 o'clock Tuesday
night Wellbrenner drove to Bagamora
Hill In a buggy. He was Stopped by
the private detective on duty. Well.
brenner said he had a personal engage-
ment with the president and deslred
to see him. As it was long after the
hour when visitors are received, the
officer declined to permit him to go
to the house. The pan. Insisted, but
tle officer turned him away,
Boon afterward Wellbrenner return-
ed and again insisted that he be nl-
lowed to see the president, If only for
a minute. This time he was ordered
away and warned not to return.
Just before L1 o'clock the man re-
turned a third time and demanded uf
the officer that he should be permitted
to see the prosifdent at once. The off-
cer's response was to take the man
from his blaggy and put him in the
stables, where he was placed under the
guard of two stablemen, A revolver
was found In the buggy..
Wellbrennor is 5 feet 8 Inches high.
28 years of age, has a m.edium-alsed
dark moustache black eyes and evi-
dently is of German descent. He re-
sides In Sybase, about five miles In-
land from Oyster Bay. He was well
It was thought by the officers that
Wellbrenner was accompanied by two
other men, as their footprints were
found in the muid alongside of the bug-
gy tracks. In view of this Ihct the
officer on duty telephoned to the vil-
lage for assistance, and was soon Join-
ed by two other secret service men.
While Wellbranner talked rationally
to the officers Tuesday night, it was
evident that he Is demented. He said
he had received a telegraphic com-
munication from the president dir-ct-
Ing to call at Sagamore Hill.
At Syosset It is learned that the man
Is the son of a truck farmer, and is
one of three brothers. He has two
sisters. The family Is respectable and
is held In general esteem,
Wollbrenner was arraigned Wednes-
day before Justice Franklin on com-
plaint of the secret service operatives
who placed him under arrest. Well-
br nner's brother William was present
at the examination. Justice Pranklin
questioned the prisoner about his
movements Tueaday night. His replies
were made In a quiet tone of volet.
but they Indlcale l apparently beyonul
a doubt that 'the man Is crazy. Asket
why he went to Sagamoro Fill, he -e-
plied :
"I went to see the president about
his daughter Alice."
"Had you an engagement with tho
"How was the engagement made?'
"1 talked wiih him last night," le
plied Wellbronner.
"How did you tallk with him?"
"Oh, I Just talked."
"A sort of whroless talk, was it"'
"Yes, that is It, a wireless taT"T
"Why did you want to see the pres-
ident about Miss Alice?"
"1 wanted to marry her."
"Did you ever see Miss Roosevol '"
"Yos. I saw her night before last."
'Where did you see her?"
"At my house."
"Did she go over there?"
"Yes, she came in a red automobile"
"Who accompanied her?"
"Her brother, Theodore."
The examination was continued lait
Wednesday afternoon. Dr. George 8.
Slewart and Dr. Irving S. Barnes con-
ducted the examination. Wellbrenner
was declared by them to be insane.
Wellbrepner was taken to Mineoia,
L. I.. on an evening train, and placed
In the custody of the county authori-
It appears that President Roosevelt
was aware of the trouble the secret


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TU I n t ill I H ii i .inll i t eir fu r- 11".m I"l' l ionl fi-- -- nt-,r it I n .I is I i'i ny 11 n nver n ill d y v .
'w ay off and wna pli l ti' its i 1t il il ihe lll- 'll' I it N il .'m;t ', lr lta' in wh .h'I f 'I- Iho rli 1u ain in In'ilt-,l" tn Int I.i is of r.t' it i dirly .
lug of ril 'cill. j aintr It. M llr l i l. i ul bt l.l-t l ig'il. Il |lill down oilh n nlh a i l lm i li- h' llo iai i hi l l li la ll la. i l ili l 111(i'.v. aI
"Thl ir sln't herlin r .ilil'i iii, fil-t i- ii ll ill
this settlleiim nt anil l Llils aiiilli-r." :'ii 1io TaI
again salo Islsttoua.. T'h a ry wa tI t Iilltllliarh r N II
leliated. 1101' tralli ell i aPnr, hills ti ex To .1 ai it' N 'tI tin rhh' ,,' ,
TIeting Ihle souui, o1l hlier Ihiat It \ 11.4 -l u I ili-a i a t Ii illll '.
a coulitei'fell of 1Ilt' tr, 1i oi of I 11111 l ilis 'fta t II tans t gI ft ot f Intl i' ll'
annlinl. 'h I. c.ry tlhl tlialh \Vln i llt' lulal.u :lnli Icytllal'i ul .i.e' li at \ah 'it i hlt11i1h .1 g%- alit
too. Isn an tslltlllliur i \ ri a l' : 1 t Oil ,a 'i ll. i'io o.l
the other sidi of h Ileoml .'. yolin' it- ve i i go oli l llu1g".1 t
t:Alce awal y, bult u-lhI :l rer' 1 llin li11a l lir '. lual Ii ll ol r. ".-'r
first. "InjusLII !" snili tlit he l. y t \ila -. n. Ilh,.ri'- jntl t I ol:"t
"[ leckon I letter gae t ihi ts.n ready fIair 'W 11 lim ll t \hl u hi ttint -
the va ar nlllnts ." .l .iiy t 1c r hilt ," Ieiilh 'd I h ie 11 IIl
$o 1she glnuO lp d J ( it- 'ay ti. I go. h, W i0,llt h.n t1111 1)l. ti lt 1 nU .1ig0li !tnailte.
darkness o t e 'n wod(ll.e ill ithemi th "'T rcy'rn) jIuller ithiu sonic. I know.
nnl secure( l Il r I:l, liil' ni .e L- liTl uiil' i o 11 ou tli hl ho y'lII ear n
turned and i'Pr-entered 111e fort. Fl'I!' little .rille'l lug Lteflr ytli hen tin 1
she L tirrlendred the doir inull d ,t o111i Icht lf it-illl)"
ax agalpst Ihe wall. to ia r.ledy fir 'A ll hiti'ir ?PelPS. snl) hilt 11 '
emergencies. Thet' hcli 11Miaooked( l \.1 -r t In 'ulr ito w linc tihl.'' a'sw'et, Mrs. I.)I- .
her rile td saw t' hatI II it wti.ll I,3'.' k
loaded. She leiLnr d i i inl l a hi wnall e-tIl, u..' aI o M s tih o IjA 'IO LI al.i I, li..t IMiN i I-'l i'I.
near a sma ll l iert ia r it rit nutill a l it t litf ', 'ilhIo, uit'lia." anlt) Ilie i si-
to command a i-ew of Ilie fort. 'Ihin prietress of the stur'. w-lthl tahno lr
withoutt sayllng a wnn orl. Rle Iprll n er thli; rniltga i~ lle,ti u they're wht JI ii niy n ll.I little onei to I iedl T1 his done mil I sla hul (11n1 J aslt DOll n h tlCwet to be o I'nlP r In uddyfull l.r nh Iirt l lit itli O'Il," tr, iad him lrta uk k to lill rt'"t i itf
looked, or, rather, f -elt aboilt for some- I1eal-s lt tart. m.il 0i l u. fr ely'. ftl-llI9 s111" It t I l ei io vel r ti lt l trl. fl
lilDg. lse to doa 'Tlrle loseipad ollIt- 'niE tue Lightnihr. 'The "clnninier" taifs oiut In I Ihpo l o i'n., Wlil.ln it rahili, M u I nt l rl
Il'rew very close to Ithe fort. Peer. h m'1an wbl i s Invented a lAit- i. iorltin g anll rrolis ip to I Pe Ill t ia ll, i e i forced I ril it in rlot
ry tgren try closely toit- ft. T ti w o e. to gwllie iesir toi wo'k, kre lping Plose to tiip r er T water. h, litIr ometil'lmi Iuntll
tLo tIrough t ahe piorlhole of Ihe fort. nlug-roof alil wotldt t(nt arll o lgo- sllor n nno t ot f (fle ita r ent nlll tlirch' lrltnk II. low ill ti hen Ilvr y nliit
l'A.a Kenoedy n aneled alro corhI t ee the l. in e qule iouldt nrf qi ioer ns poasslthl. W i'llli I a. arrivl' iilni (l e n c(-irrnflt of atir il llP irn t'll
o.nS of In11nus gaIlb -ri ng nill, edgtle .rll il 1Pe. Al man l d w ftrel r ler t rnl spot hli ows lr itit tie si l- tlte (i din e of tlt. In rt lfl
of the clearing, li fe rat frotl 11to H o o fllt t f lli Ir fil 'l t 1 olllp wtl er o Jf d I le of tl Isrtlinm nd ua]rops ll'n o h tlof i i Iti lieay llr g i lot led at-ll Irlin
building. '1jlh raised her Itlll. If 11 uLew garb llI a i sblonne ilh g rdll'l. dragn to Wllte tgile hook ire nt all lay is not ewii; pi iIllng.l
'Iverit a panther. to Irce would fI.ghleu Perhalps Ile finil1 rluiuble of hiun llear Itnlched andl mkesl IfIts hlo the ire ao ngl lilr lls to iu) Iltle lirg offI
Alue animal away, would indicate lhe time for reMnotingtlet a I n koe t ti h strong r Ieit lie na Is hol contlUrive of goof
It fthe forms she tllougitl ~s Itaw it. It would be planned. too. hit roti then pihy ri s te f "ma g Iron 11 water Tile nagrdisipt are eIittL ad tf e
ere real. a lshot Would warn the In.- ile purple of a convenient night roe. In uch a position tlat It wll c iitluCertain, ai eCtry one whl
dltan.tliot the Iralte asof the fort were for some of our severest fIltndrlu thIue force of thlt.atrrenwt sad wpll tue ftor ii season is apt tlo lebaer
sware oit their Wlpeseoe and prepared nslortns r)sit Uts during the silent hoars liat lforn the i rie. Tbe elamnill thf ga, e iIalwoth iin lld #/O woidde
toaeua. iu pM ndeed, : now pr:e 'itW*lt srineft mad dawn. Aa-, sbaroe wenlts tnkti a he fl ins.i eu.ouwub Jn te W11Y dlhear : ,r.414
it e the cse alli it shbold Ibe of a hlmlnp stYie nml iiraphs on hi' hrhoots set hatt, r GR L J_11
'a ra". .t a 'e -r"ie n ..b"ra t4ed,. a t10 1 7.*k$ tS, Ta'a-- Id
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,BY -TURN3ze,
Do -*N. ay attak. __ .wil almost
re in time ay row othe Vointt of pillil,,t lhe triggter.- *- a g i, m I l1
o taked fints rrn. q rvjboth fruit a;nd wheu it Fectrred dIo lit. tilhat, Ite fort
lori wist nay find release of pain, tnllo I duipk-ll' Ia uit ]Ighted the
*ttwer r141ne efln a Ficturemque Inuslt at i t Misa
71m o ttureby" "lrns, and chances clihange ly as thlr" 1,1,1 .,,"itl,,| go .nw.y a gain.
Imst fo al 'to fair, frot btettr li.l to illt tllls w l I 1,. ,,to Ie. T t ihe forms
ir worse. drew ,liaimlr iail she t-oiul l iiI.in.g Ul, Ul lsh i ltipl(lper l.,sslppi ilt 1 bI ir fI"ai rom ttie Itattut Inio t h
tr s. feaor fortur ,dailli, nt fover o f ali 'li f1 e rile Si l iet rt S lllll -ii llt,' oiif lilt i irtl .. 'usI I on 1 Ii1( st I llita loll
She dia W torturer votr t thei owe.'lb- i ,ill.al l i tlllird. A form loop I tile :il Iisler is l ia,'h ~ es il itlr *li ag'" in tlie s
real-a hler favi rtt n t o )t lhe Io t't. i1: i 111.I)IIH tile "Illillk" 1 OIL
Her tLlees havei- l lia l iiilltb lilliO t a nt ti "' l a 'I t' "' l a shrIek of palu hag hi4 1 .ti-ni l i, rops a l' I lit "luilli .' lii lt(u)
Her oom lot1 t weave the line I ont l cl .' nI 11nl h i,'a.l ,itir lotIoostepll binck to the I In the wliirr timI 111'the l '
o t el ty rel ,; t renn,1-itII r i- f t1 H Ia i I rs'. 1,rs. KIeolu elly iirl iIht ,r t 11.1i; Ie at
No hap so atirdl but muy in line amni d. t 1.1 tlikle.v rla,.ald lhrt rifle, a nld, knotw' f niilriie, -whIo I hk lo lii *i .i'i I o -its n
n soL harw f ul a yln e n c r Ing thlio turiit.s of tlit ludlinn made a long ns the lli ii' I'nc .. 1 \vr, ltil ,
Not alwssa 'till 4l leao, nor ev,'r Ii, i i,,! i'" lilt lf (i n toni hl lo okei, out ou f who e 0ll llitit P.' i il
N t rlr ldl aas tiaht, ye- not etrittiia I, ; Il:a aa'e at' ;a'aiiat
The ad dest hiri rda isn iii o ,,] tl i ul ll ola-th wore four. One on Ccontagln whit h oin l iii rlii'Jl 'aU
The rouge st t orm al inin mir .i 1 I stie of tllte Ifort-to ,Pe It alli kls and ltil ire't in of lilt' pnirl -fli-
T he rou he stt, ii 11 i,, 'al Ti l 10 ',7 1 ai L nl.as a ltl pled froui atny other IngR seanoi. (0 i'',n.a-llaai "eiil i1 retrn lia'l i, W R
Thus, wih ucceeding turns, (;.. telper, l" till t. S]' ,ud I see nothing. lils ars ao how stitna feitllew cottl ll3'
Tbat man may hope to ric, ycl ai r ( Illll .0111r tOtlll oiio y now' presented It. 111111 linS a1 nl ed sudle'l( u wa'elt hi b It '
fall. Ill'. "Al'e It o s rlnoar thIolght of It thlnn tlhlat'vc r rll igi "i t.lnWtl,'rrr3" a'),r;l', init d'
Slit! e.i C ltl ed t lla' nl tressrt' on iher bed l the nIm rp ronll .llo of Inrii llft btrnielils i
o ia e may itl that ,y ialnti. i .a tf s illltlllg. ,f g esa nnd turkey all n t otnle n I it-\lh tltrudcPery. A dAly .
lost; 'a'l
S T'lie not that hollr. no a i s lairlo ]llile'-. i ili a lthe fnirepJlit T- IICII, to It.for tliele far~rnl Is oft for Ilie c'laini
l i sha lp I"'e i I fur if il ll> ergeilticy F, s10 t lcit A
In some things aill, in rall i intv in e r'l t a IV ktltild Ii, lt' l on l e s n ll d jadnn Hunl lreds of p t-nl fsli.t' A :-ls)o (oie I(
S ew all they needle, bult 1t.llI h;li ..ill l '1 v I l I 11.f l1 li n I' fl1 nior1 r wish. -. a' a 111. i, If it sioaillt l e m eaessi'y lIvted a ipre'tit I ftons lr o tl.hru ligh i,' h Wi
tTnn singled jovt tap ITre Io ,n i ,, :.a ,hi ,t lilt l 'i'rseilf ,ly flight. ter, 1n4d lifi vl fiig -'l hil lllta a .I.' y t .
"VIho ,lealt, ,t) th ,i i I o1 10 a 1ath \ aloth 'r a'l'r.tai f lip l ,e hoeI R was earflne( if'i l i' f ''oregoiiig l. nr i. re,: 11 i n tl ge l I l
leve'-t all.1a a.S.aaaianh a allilt'. lIt It"la ing aas deilpei. it get l k to' t l n' i I 11t li' ill I I III i '
S fr- a. u i ai.a ,io r.Ih.. i l is, i i lil .nl la.,1 ,I lh fu't hr. ull atnti cidy lhit' fnilll,'i usii.- tltlltri-u nhiltiK, uil til "^ lil 'l t l ia l a hia:t lih,' i ta ailig Illh
1-- ---d-.. h- l., i t I l ta ,,. ,,il ,, ti a tIhaitl slflo n l thelhr iv. i 'a1111g' hlhlr.n hiv l lih a hliui l l I lt Irsi 114 ,hi i i Ili. I' '
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U o I d i aa',la,| ,,lI ,, r a, lai,,l ,1,f h,,e di li' l e lu at ig th,> lt- 'th ,' I "l a V l.l ,.n' l,'u i li >,l a 'a i ail Ili-. I ,ali ,,a ul ,lt lla ii a .aa.a .
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S11x1-1,d1d 11 di 0ti .,,,dir. ui htlvi an orie. e i f. rinn I l n w h s l i..t li

tie nle sil it. 'it 'i t-e ll r ;.ia La .tl I' he to t""a the il l' l i 'ta l It l -lr ". i i-la 'h lai't a C 'I h Ill'lila l l 'a i I I l'll

/i ii t a. lil hut1 2 11 11, t 1 a1 Ir' iO e t o la t i 1 1lt il it I tailt" I i a at 'llt' it l I s lilt t' I tI aa I' I It" l-%,v 1,

t ll i i la lt i t i 11% l .- f t 1 '" l l r i li' l i t ill liti ,i I i.
I',rl r, I14 11 J .I Ow 114.1-11.4 lli XII113 Ili 1h111:1 I'sfll". I%% lil Ile- Ih 1

g t ha Il tni'il i l- Ila a. '. i, ilh Ih i' tle thn t' e flilt"hs Ill i Ia ila' i .1t l t I i i i Ii-il-a. hi \ ill'a I'l ill I 1 .I 'i 'A i lil .I
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Nhlell flit-, ls w imb n o t 11 In t Ni l-, Inlu1 v 1110 41418to1d w h at i1 ill.l evlilt 11 4ifr migh% l i
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qualinnt. ah t vlly L.tillt a I.,. i, .a i ,i a ..-i'. 1a l, t ,.a-,.l.I t1 il a, tl ii lll .. ... .
kiol'l hi h u ill'].v eal.lr ,,s a I la ,% l ,. .i i ta 1 ,,I t iit i hI lk Plaitn-i
ulnit 8 t 'lv l(ro e i o .11 i-.,,t, w ri ,, r1 A,,.,' '',, n i, i ,, Ih t ,
wlard nal' r h O divtllt. a llh i wIeia i a l.. I ,a e ia :It 11 iI l' f,,| th fri-I tL 1 i i'' : '"' ;
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lIetiil' or i''. lthin i ,, l lla i,:a i'al I ah- t I-. -,ia i a-al a. i a, -ill- h ilt i t stia'altl -ii4y #'laii''l\7.'. "a' '" ,

l Clio u e H lh l v ,>on' I t'.ll, i ',,, 11,n n ,. l ], ,.il.. it i 11111 i the f.1i\tf1 lhP ] i c l llha r'. "'g
warl toTe i Ta l Ilte-witmlh of i1l l: siatu ]ai thi t ,i- ha n slai i iatt ia tht'V .-''8 .a
hwm no lan d little 4ial' 1 nal iiai a ii .. a ,l ,il a ,ll a, .' iiall t v.,o i tit.Ill' 1 i 'l te ti
iei too. T heow jn, l i \\ e' o ,i l ',l ,.. ; ,''111 1. v 1.11ll l 11 4 d l i f, 1 ( h t. Il ight. Slho h1 .... ",1 ,
ia I Ptl by of y i.ii',ii" Ill i lhlt llall ,!i l a l' l lia lt ,alit '- I.. l ih Iht tv llhflt, I ill..lt l t

ioli se. tlh i fo 'stl Il. ;l l.ii % 1 % % l. l ,.ll. 1' h en,,. ir n,, i i, i I]i> l'. Pll i al'-
i e' an d 11 Ii tt',' : lill et thil c.k w ,.,a' ll :,n, ai- .li',- l-alahl .- r ,Jt Ilt (aO i o t u IfThet.5
Is IIleO It l illhed 1a ih.1at it1111 l1 ill l I i i h lill il i il i fie i't hII I lg l i

iels. A rl i hlle'iti(i at z iiiif a fIa. h ai ~raa ah l;;l ai billa oilll 11ui'1a a rllit 1or i f41'
cor ei r hond l ith' ila-a tll i.' ti- a I lt o al ala a-tI., i tl' ala-o .llt I' .ll t,itl I Ilo o to I
ole, noso fiit illown :tia ll i- i'i v i ln a l ll':i 11 lrll 'll at l.t i i. th ll'ltt
tio l Ii, in lio 1il3. "i l a I ,. 1hi.i i hh I a I,,-, %i '.II >l i lit- Ii hat tili Jill lill l inpt lIt

o rllsr e tha foliih tall7 hi` i, ali,, 1,' a ti ,,,. 1.-111I0 iian- h ,Ilia. A -, li i,,B I l-iri o' w n fl
i tl a ri d ao ,l tII 1'I aIt.n I\ i.rhll. i i,,,'f. ,,,1 1 :, 1 all'l1 ,1 1- a i I 1 a i 0ii T i e hui t iht 'lit' 1
iter lst l l l cullia fsl io 1.til 1un1 i ,i Ii s i .lha .yir i i ln of tii' itilg* i ii llti a
t lr be o. Af rathlt u. ait I iII alalh i i.a-a31 s 111, i lila. l, "a'1.' IR 111 a laii'i'lt il3 o'II 'till

parties I ; ]it all',s w1 i v ai lt. Imll i i t -. ni l, 1.1 t- tai l l tblrIM. I

murders liy1v It:l iain s lini lnl rii n aIri u iri .1 :-w in..iI.In Th.l linited aI M 1N ( I'll 1.. 1 \ '1'I II.. Illl n i'l
freo uent thas o igo nil It \Ia Ii.a1 a ... a -- i n ti-- st ha i rilcu r t i'lr ail- <|eh _a- t'ga
tIll brang i i'rfi r t ll t I. I a lil i i.iFi i .II i,11 i, f II. a AriH l ii a rn ilii i l liIII i l

nody, tn ilinh o 1 front a- i r a n l ha a a aa Ii ha i %t l lu I br t l u th t -l < ,,h man .r qn w h> li ..r uunt l of <,h ,;l 1.
tlle fort, a honid feel all rl IraP i .lt il I4,. l r.i la ll -i il lh 'i I l alll', l0 I l. tl l .ll
ilot fr'iendly t i'lltli t llt- i'.l'aig 'i hai I.e.,,, al- 1'gl.' Ili h. o i' l t-11i'ag l ilt ll It'

'ihle i te'S, hilt luai it(t ,I 'ae 1- 1I 1 1 ,11 a Il ,, all a.. N I" 'a1ala4 .,11 ti,.r(, l her I l lus ..
la thed up n ithl si. i lo. l s i'il i ... 'J l' frm il, nii l 11 -' f li' Iil 'li l i' 1 1- )
hof gi oi aks u ll d hkli orII .nl Si l It w l ill. ... ..il,,'.' Inal1i I i. ~ ita l l l eitl'l" l f f
teorst, Ull1( 'ull 1 oli. lh 1111,ul, 'lt llt l Ia al',. I lI l try ; li h.li of hl : .
paontes out tluha ult n 't.i'i fla ili ... i .ia. .. a-l a alla is lkaii'l rlal i n
t dhe lul in l -til ,in.t I, ia a l'ai a : 1 a IaI la ali iil, l, I,, ll, illi l 1 *s ta ,hl, t a. a [ i le I ll l
it ilde rs t l it I ii111 is la I. tI nl l .it,,l,-i 1',,- -a l al iag. ( .I ii 'dll l 11 *I i l'l-
ireq u mtlent I t li i m .iiiltl Itl a- i aI ':I ,I l' INaI a l I a-IT a1 I,> 1 -11 li II' tII e ip, h i illtol I-
stur' tgt ui ltal''ofu'ae h tI1 01aut l Iallolat' l.-11 it1.1 aaaa a ag ail i a aa a i.al it-m It1 1ft l 14as l hatll itsC e1 m o n l-141 -1-f -r. 14l yh I tth 111

'e" "l, lo. l h ( r l I iir i ,lmi'+. i ,.rl.l ,h nl iy, l ironf la \ i Iht, ii li i il ali h 1, 1ll|l.lh l.ll. |, ..11 III'0,1 t lill.' Ill .li .ll li ',,
Mnody, Slalt i l l .ll a .ti' y tia aIl a i a 0 l- .I 1 ialItl allai -.1 I mIe.- l l tuti e l n l' i Ull yta r lla f lt a I l lil itr l l li a- I" n iiil I... 1 a h a l' f i .ll a lll. t'y
lhie f i' ptsinoia It t .el nni r na i a t- l inlt ia i aill yell. M ra a ilainl3-.ly tu l < tlil i e hIin ts i n It lai.hill i il. ir i lhi ll aXI. iamit if w 11 6 liI. i
she u dleere l do11 l lt li. li i fral ila .allii N a il latl 1 I' 'al i 1ti vl'l'a la c 1H11s 1 iii.Hf. I hl' Ir g i .llll- I ..li l'. ll i l.
flanike]p, nLout n oi tl rlalt,'. t 1,3 h h rii m nlal all nr I aI ri'i nt flilii l noil ii nllu a I litlheig I fi{ tif i'h(I r IIe n iar ..1 a til.- ilnn li p |i t 'im Tia i-
o t gicn t oaks ailt li lt. loril --.i t SIh wal, 'a-i.a i -1 0iirhtiia a i iltll iIlt a' lltiii i i ho s ia stltnt i fl- lit, uh ait llr I ii ." I- 'l.l l a il 'y tI l 't it.I ii' ail
tl hat ree t s ni nal c'hi nh li'nat ia I rv ii.n- t a u -i t Iali.a l a illt iu ( 11i Il s ll riii. ii, h lh d liai-t h ifin n iiil n ii IIl lu i %il,-- In' iiI, r il Ih''
pfro l'si 0s at tl il, t f il(. l]lt'r ilH.a 'li l hia l ,lI.1 i alla.i i l. -i r '' ii, i y h ii m r- lnIl flti l or liu'f. o l llll .i lla' I ii I:c l l II i i,. t i lu il 11l'h'l ai li hll i ( I
gon eldOed out t tilil it nl a i fIt rdlihi- l11, l i tinll '' l n i' <' I i. ll in.,t l'i li." *l, liti tIl -Il i

ullns Tl (wo 'llel it ijt o.lat iior' iaii li. ai-ll+.,I :.la I haii. 1 a 1. 1 i li. 'l tiaia ii.' i Itligl ia on n lon Itr or aial. pipa. slH u aalt-'h i ll riaa r. ahiali. llnt N.
'bout i nie;lrui(l hril l.vtr I ,t .; i il, m r i ld l- :.Ill,.il hl i h, 11 1 ia 1 h11 '011. M illlred l y T n lirnl tw J) I fi iliir 1> l i 'l l i ll .t l i ha fi l il.lt 11t iin' iall I

w hen M other ke i.n f ll irel I.. lli Ii.1i,?- i m t l r o clear- k pp( .11 str nnl liio v f on r ilier nld rf j l li ln..)i of llv1 imininlrel t
ot elin woul rk i e h.l. a rila I v,- ili it. iat-n, t;* ll rfta<'ll, Ii loh" e .ils l I I P ly nii l of n itull," ,I' III a hll Ta' L ial H .. 1all i
iThe tv ni n th Ieh' 'l ,o r, llil nI' il' a 1 "i i .. t h rlla a iia l i'a d -a iI .iiI'da IiH .tilll' ia lull .it Iil t l ofIl 1 1111 ta IIII I lr l Ilit p 1 h I I m- 'ia n a 11i l1a i .l i- i i 11.> .
fonlin diet t ill. had .ihl l It, ll, II I."l- l 11h.h 1 11 14,1hihtilicll :~ IhS'i 1 40.it' cil s ot1" -I'I II ll"%ila i Ihit 's It I l ihil' !I1at %II ili 1 1i Ii hi IaIh1! ll 11a'li 1
19w o 1 I LIn stepped o nl I lie t ..1 no ltl l. i dIill.' .It 11a 111 t t. Iti unh11' ti ha1 t111- l I lati ii i lM, I t' l1.1 l1 I r ivir l l ll t a- 1i l litlalH
thoutllVft ll c mill h 1 IiIh .ll ly 11c li.. klil .11 4 1 ,11 l,. l ,ust.a l h .n w ifo mlini nd l 1' 1 ns l ir II *,|ll o ., Vi t lli li ul Ji ll 1W
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wh sItifu 1Q1 hu e ti. *r *I III'. chit it',l>d ti ll >uIornlinul, an' p, o I l aoi n l Ialh.ia a iu st m'I t ahai liha y Inaat
i 'e b till f ) ii i .nie itl al tihl 1 11 : ,1, l .ig l l. t a i is' ,.a t in i. Nntit ,-lr p hokl o .ar lit'', 1',.- l. ,1" *il ti i. ill' pp l. I .,h' an i,.p
,u"itl It gru n,'' o ,1a i al 1 ',,.' I.' ii lat lan 'l -"I t tIhia ll i hla u in t las (il ni ll' 0 il l t 11 h l II iII lln thwis' l wI"I rIlhi' Til, lta ,' i .ll.ta i"i"tIt vlialit.

dil'ri the liti,,ca i I'iil t' i lialisth I a ha ,ila i t ,,tllI L ,i ,lil. li3 htou util d olll.ni l 'rg'h so it1 i ,ll- i y fralaa aIt uhn ifa l .lii' h.l' lfiih.i li i Tio
froi thoe s I ll .lill"lL 1 la-ut i ii l-; ll :1i 1 Iir It at. lftli. h ilttiIt i r litg Hil.a r 'laiu till 11iii'. uah h l |iuly ii a i ll i i' li II il li ili
'avhacn Nttlt, ii't'lio I o i~'ut a fhitil'Ita thari' r it I1i' I aila- 111111 i llit' 'tgi' i the ut-litI hhe l.'I -itt st iti' nhi ital llr ia- slit'- i-h itlu'tth li li'i i a'v lutl.ihl'i'
eit'eui ilig'is el il3, t t t la.a I imi i it.i ta h aiti t ata- flti lii'. tuttul lIr d a i "lt o li1'alt. 11vi i'l i"'1.t Ii ,l3l i 11' titilu.tta, of. il it ''1'i:. hh'lhuu lil ltl'

lthsthlIng. Ini' h11at- at its ta hP.ry ict i u" Itutlaita a t 'llt fr : lia I \aiiit.li llll t tIuc itlt itlotiti ( r ll ut()ttr ''I lIb hl'uahai'h h.Is Ihauulirl ll i Ihaia. "l'hi l's' m li lht IfI,. hIa
tlher tcltuge 1 1 t llt' laIh -,, S ili it 1.. Itib-al l thu' li., 'ilI.S thl haitI r',1ill'll. Neslt shPrig lhar' lIo, u \'ks r a i hl Iti h Llltttoat. 'Tho Iiii lil- lhlIs lsala l. titnht i'u
unti l I .g-eiv hul a'l o 'lin auth a llill l, tl al ytai hI h. ,i.-alit ll i ~ltlni-i I\' h i illt rl hit r-h ICtl 1.in au-lilt tiltlu'" tu iithus tiau'at 1111tha" I'.tl'oni lIu l! iiits "' iltiuls.lilt .l)1 tl-
tletly. tim e C t'' itt at ,ill li-,l' hil t' itia ftal,',t ataith latami-i 'h'd. T lua' ti-ittaicteti llt i-llt'rlrn il, iti tlhu l i 11t 11,ia 3 11 1C 11 t'll f T I,' Ia '' lha liliti''' ilrf.i ll i Ithat a
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l I fr.iini 'I l y'i'va I on IIui hi it'I ilfa-,I i oif p-.o|. u-- f l'oI,;ngfis, tl li inai ll. hirriini l Martint, it carpetter, hba
with l 1 liitt Iidill liati l.vl i Ih.'y i nr i tnil t. t l i,.A Irtl, rutnllilnlliivin.i Afr li- mlcovcred a cave ll Pot %ill itih ta l I .,Ihuu h I i rt i is ri ii pni ('hl Iatrtt ln l., It ndii n i 1111.1 TI'ilg lh. It ty. Vii., contllillal nn- linexhaulatble
at i, n t aal1ii .. i lit.-, .tis. l r ld runii' i t Ile cn( lintr olilta1 A.\ll.ilrnn pn" nupply of lee. By what strange freak
thi1,1',. o1. ,ir a la. SN t lI, lclis, h 11iIt n l( i utti. c~ llnes al h,,llll W iIumIuli- of nature the lot w s Lornied In the
,a-hut it r ..i', F ,ib i0 t t l 'i I h, it tihlUlusii i r' e hIa not yet explaleil. Martnlu ias
i.tl tllia r iii i .( t 1i f i r lit)lli, Ii t 11t A ir A lor uit' lal'ab u111' tf Aincrlcinn bull a passageway front tl n mouth of
:1 f\ 3 hiy 1.lhi ylze.r l .ll 1tltl 1 r .Ill ntin lip, naid ii e. nll nluit' di'lr 1il ail l iil a n 11 $1ila Yi rk ito tIhe iit iviilunti. I, li, nlipply our prli- a rugged bill, antd In nlm rketling tiho 1ie
Tr ---ii. .- -... -. i.lpl( i of ri' illy tu u1i r Iiitl'it'ss11 o and Q.ver Ima y m les of territory..
A I.,yrui sulil io lIrlaria.. stail riuhilloani. m e n11il'Unot Ianve the Martin wa' respectingg abolt IIn Ii
y i la e llwiI- iId K irxl 1u iF4tlstI i l '' "' "I'lloh I, IIllnly lly lianl If thpy are Ont alllst i lt wa wbon be sla the hol 1
I 'ly ihiilit. .i' illa: glll o i'iiiori 'iim iI,,hlir.. piue il i 'aol*. ll.air ,.l W. W hill l l .1 tha lde of the illl Tlio opepaln la
Ik tI Il y l I t jli jaI lita-i u if i ,t (<' t1. tlll ry Io' 1.a Ini.ilre fri e l(i.', an 111is I htrr. I i l, iir w -inuK invoklable, liM o tigati i. o let llinmself lown' tO It bt
Isi a tfirea tihe p roperty of the crown. at aiiI t Iiatellelt ntid Ignorant., we *hlo)d, rpl proni somoe trees abovq, anu Ot.,
it.' ur sirI'tr.i. i.. nt f irt ft i is th- itne-,,.. y gIl"ig nl n unequal chaC4Ill, i4Us ertin was asitoulshead tq Bad
Al 'llly I tir-r ofr llth IrIlsi A'sulit'ily. Tlhi ontIl-. Illt' t rouiitlll ".is, alil espealllll ll Irld t1 a a valt hl ll pliledi high w t
glhi net lnrn K ivlll Ili.rf-erort hi- t:icikei frn, ilt, tlrenlt xtrlinme. I t In siot s ; either bloek or of lee. ThO te i l

Jgiitu llhht3lsi .u.'ilsi illid u.iill o Ir'linil. for our repuhulli' or for tb* wealthy, fir as lie could so AI4d tltleo
'- t -that lthlero slioinld ble apla fortunes for the seeds tt a b t ,tlbr A01o
n lt staarylr rriawiini fIt 'rne, whlch exutlliI h th e plittltlll which a summer+ oe k ll W fl.
il'lt ll ig I II P're sidit'r,, .. lves$120. make 'conpertelles'i for tah iabL.Ladl. The ..
rrOin () a yalr, rd Al M Iu Idllllton rutl rh n ll nvllniry thle lr ederately W'l llp !t.t.
inurls. vI llie gar'. fil. oil. gal, elctrIc Wealthy lld tho very poot.menalce In Tbe 1T tl, ajtt ils 1tis l
til Irnm r'l-11 All1 mult blave a com- l 1u. Aill ,t b.,who sJIsl doII 'to0
rlurn llIKht ad vshelfr ptg~cy or hope of it. .bitt with a wolMan.-._
"f thin h a iiltlI Iunfr' nly turten .I 4 Another duly of AI elWiie s itl
f t shilp sl to adjust With iiK a -- "fl
fai 6ts jug III-er' instittttr egr o fll ou polItIcal itdea oof *1' t l. ot s s i
hFairktC't, 'rhe anmplber f, (8tilt- Brilttil, ellIilato.a... 'th "i -hW
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IIIIU,. Uild llthe (ilillalr6lielilii o t o t '
ilain are everyl'ea'vli rl'i-,ulrrcnyd ais al
cil ilurp. Tlere rII( viluis lI t le pooi'
wil i li the nii-[pttt iworll itI it ut Unow.
ICillii. i nilanl tlnl t xcx liv ltlv' 1qi1Lght
I In he fli p liest of roc'lnl iliSiiin lol III II a
repjiailtli %. ll l II iII l ith1ngs1 is In-
ctliit lvi'. (O h 111. tio' t lose his rit cit'et-
ulilll1 y lu Ihs counlll try by allowinpl
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1'i I I-' i.2 r<; I i in iil t i 11, .i' l s ,If ih1
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Illl il' rflc l ti'i is lliii t I 1 4 I iI 1:'1, i. ,1

w-ater i)y variousli iimeslli n, nia ''Ii>n \tt I, a... -iistu lf Iul y ullil ing a li ll w i in iy (elui '.
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1% u 11,4 1 U It rW11 m r and xA nell ron1 11V I.M n n11111111 sense, .w10 0
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I.i i h a 1t, i ll, I-h l tI'Intu, It tt l ostii ilI l i t a it lll'c I 11 o InIste.
i It 'll or hI l li t III I h 1 1lld 1lit fil -,I IIIR usIllU
n eith in rIt a' suu3'arl' ttAttiu li nIs i ishl ttuale t hon 4o -'
i iill \ i llu |(i a a ai i 1 iii i il i t i ttan -Iti'tJl.'lit-il' ls v Il i ne c-u11ilt o U.
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l lli Olli ll I llh ii t ,. I l l flar, ti I I 'l h t '1- his I i -
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tlilldoll om wl ie ot i ')1 1 II.t lb i i. a iiu.,a hi .liti ili na in cx ilim pllh li r tn l tillh vrs.
Irel' li lIg a IIIgenru l rm-u-cl la
1arse! sulhjtellctl to lopecalll at lll ,iia I a. STARS THAT STEAL.
lIl nath ilin t it iexplmi tsI on. 1.., Ir. i. l ,i .Ii H (Irr lohlliy I'l k
A1 An ii 't'nit al, ] vi*g ai It l i. lll I 1' l. i u r '. li ,, i .i ..
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Ii ,i I hl v son t letting ginut, a I, '. ..I II I l ,it l ,- l i.la -l rne'toier
iia 1t -1n 1 I IIe n file Chainrnlfet tst :I te
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11 -il% %'atnllilii nI i tl w1 nh1 l nof Illl' lllt. Iill a i a sill lia I' lai 'to .li '
.al .,il ol t llhili 1.li W cll. taa, wt tBurlhll I .i1 ,.. t li I M 1a i, lo fu llI o uuilt uehlll'l.
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ais lii I: .f 11 ih hills. I l I (ftil. h l ill' 1 o Ii. sHuill ofhiit ti l ll- o t it-a 's ioi l t 'liy' l t IIro a'1 t l I 'tlllhl' .
t i ta t'lat 'i Ihi 'rit a h- u'it u l tit tIu ti It- tit timtllll tirle nitihuiti lAr t1 % h,111411 Io 111 1
al, lt .,'i' lat .il ,ihutl I --if ali' l lha -.li 'l It t 11 litilul p tillh iill llisa sti at i lt phfind c-tilth i t ta1t7, 1 atIf11 lit ri i o itt ed'll
r\ |\M,. 1111 1 I 1ti 1111 I11 11; 111-.- H1.1r 111' Pr lui Wl1i'<'1 1ore lo l 'rit p l ir M r.In 1.1-% f in ill 1- lir 4 I Ilof t.

u hs If i t iiii i- tl'.-4 iiii lah ia a tatotattt i ,t uto g1t silt i f ri it lit o.llot r 'r' ii u''h ii .uh .i luaur .Ir ll I Iir i tia ,(iu"
'11 1.1ta au-ia- ill Itt 1-f3 iIell Io tiwll'. l'mti. 'IlatthBrthhnIRia tlaeltlll1114u1hit
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yl w ., ii,1. .Il, r' li ti I i 11 .i.i .1111.i 111.' r li lltl n r' 1 lit i le. <'lll'.II Inp n Kil ltiitl "ll ll nl iiii I nlt. ,l.'1 1 l ihnilr n141
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Il ii iIit I s I IIII'sIIt (I t oi m AI1 .1 IiI i hlli ii ii o 11 li e 11d tli -1
t at-11tit1 3 h ilh-a tI lu taiot iihc iri liui o tiu-it
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tl ll 4. 1 pn r o N m i lii' ah t II) itn' t, ilihl ti g till' l l for ha ll I df' 1rt m eill1
lali l 111 nlil r' 1 w li l Wi\i' ll w ltI' o rOut 'l. n 111 l tlolt ii 113'VII1 irt li Ii-ntuL I t y leri'l
iltnl th n o, n11111iIal t113 ii aatiV s'l n t
1 iil l air m a hu lii il l Ni-s oa iu i tull hi ilot it.i hih i lru I ln a l i '.i l flo 1int

laIhai .' m li1' lll III Ia e hi a' 1" in' tu itel tl't it,1a1
Niil' 11 csii' hu ,ll' I it l of ii'lHt c-I nt Iz e n rt s t iittI't 1 31' IIHt11' l' i u'r 1 I li ii o a so
Ihe ofI ,ii oi l f miilhn111 o i l a'i'v ii l d I sl nIl i .%' it nu ii h

i linkii 'l'n iiat, t' Ila t lilwo 'l n I tuhI o i ol frl i f 'lls r sis-' i t''v'i" i t o ls ig
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au1To i, iii 's Iui'hi IIit ill' It'- ii lIil -tl t a'Jl hi s ti.i'ii'iil t' i '.'1 i on'att o sua i i 3' -hl atr-i l'li l t irm
Itll' :t ilitalI 1141 in 11a, o ur i 1 a 'll' u o f (l la l ul: itt' llt'n onot In ll11 h e ihi It 5il i acttlg wI li' be-
S Ir-m istli lhp. rhliottlutu. (iouI \ I It lyi't Inl t lI t tu lfsiitiit l l i o i nteiioll I,' r'one i i l -
ilh i ninil. Ilu l'u in lt'i Is l t tisr t o iit e ll Ihin t 'i I tauoto l y I hird l ,ti t ii.rofen r l- t i ucIiln itl,

Imutl.t>if. li Mliii'il l lill ft l ou li'tl ligai. ath til a Iti has to l ait', it'l iIt 'iH l, fitta irlt- si | i Iu l t leasB

r \!it -. .ii a-ittI iausihauid II one ifs inv lio ink of 1 th'Il ii g Ot' be ni t t thi jilu nuii u ui' l atu 11 18 s lyst
,ls us l '~i .e r ,ll'P wi, .ll 'l'l Iks hi Ill'.ll i it w l t in o(h l r vey rliin'i .l'o" l i Vin ,, ok 13hlin" '01.1'rin t 1 th e-

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.u.it ,. ,t li hti Mv 1ai iltt n 11au -ittniiy 1 ,11 lii I1 ltt IIuIht I' lh0 Iifrlht l. Th,- t11 fll y i iti th tvn otl s e
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l' lill t aWi t.. i 'l'. llC 11111 Iltl-ltl th 4il. htl InI' l Ull l t11I ii t ti him. 1 ti Ilt le
Sill i i il r" l l n r in- f iIn l l etu n iiV, il nN O d in r l u l i ili rotm I h t .ll r t lio
I 'i f ni l, ii HIIl l i lI h v 'ilii 'il liltt' i a li 11|"o 1i11ri M-IIIt iwi ni lito t 1i'intl.l Il hii ll'Ii nl l n ha.
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a Ia fIt I i. ihnii fr l-a lih iitl, -llt'tll r ii'r y Flli i h lu ihi' I t ll' hi i 1t I 11t s 1 1111 i l 111 ini i olt'
-'sn II ry ofof lIIal i oi f th ai- )'(Nlh i,' i'w li'h o ll hi r (i lo iliit tllu i hull liltln 'i w itil to II t fil II n
Ill rI nihtligi whuIiA n '. taut alln ut-uthi ulhnIhritg aultitlsni atuo at 1la-a' ai tb bys ho Its
-S Ill .- Th it* 1h it-It' i uth e Ins ishaoo hi fi m t r ciiiJ jmiowe 'ultn3r'.

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1 1 ii i a Aiu a ala a iiiii-n a i t 111 I iii t Ifi,' 'i ti alll'l l ii hi ll l'ht n'it; i h I-u Ihri I hIl l(ItIi of olul Ii 'iof i r a Ior iwn ll h al
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I I. i its i'aU.. h Iat .s ull. I I-t u Iit t lu l 111. 11 flli- tlitll'' l il'li t ( 1orii t'm lum, g is ittu]. Onl Jfiui r til i luat u'ly a'lI h lPrt orto 'l.s
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who accomplishes about what hlie vices rendered, A corporation like smmncere wan of Tj OTAR the State that have come out openly Henry and Julia MeHenry are defen- Train No. 34, Seaboard Express, drawing room Pullman sleeper
undertakes to accomplish, he has the city of Jacksonville, with -its ONE GOOD RE-AON. in advocacy of Jno, N. C. St6ckton L. J. lyatt, asspecial aster in c an mp cac lle aNeWa vo i Rmond and W g
few millions f invested capital and i- O od reso wh ever hon for the United States Senate. The cery, by appointment of the Court, will car service from Jacksonville.
few ed. million Of invest capital ad s- reason -trouble with Editor -Matthews sell at pub auction, for ish, before the No. 66, Seaard Mail, (lay coaches, mail, baggage ad express ca
If o. toekto. killed elf sessed valuation, could ot et poor ma should vote for lion trouble with itor Matthews ouse r i te city of Gaines- acksonville d Washigto, d drawing roo Pu an sleepers bet
Ikille, dtt a himself. preOate this business may's Strog J N. C. Stockon for te Uited seems to be that he can not see ville, State of Florida, on Monday, the sonville and New York.
e at-Stok tn. i o me oi guidance whet under hisleeader Statesenate,is th ft that very' far.. In making such astate.legal hours ofaleallthtracttor arclhe ediate point, and at Archer itarly Bird branch.annee
SuS ktn git g so d p i the administration of the favors plan oef select g Senators went Brother Matthews has shown of land, situate, lying and being in the Nto. 56 amid 57, Pulsman sleeper -etween New Orleans and Jacksomv
muh to y Aainst tle dead? city's affairs as chairman of e and all other public servants, that a wonderful amount of ignorance county of. Alachua, State of Florida, id Steamers forey West and avana.-Leave Prt Tampa undays, T
t tey know e is ot Board of Public Wrks,and partic- es the forest ma the sme of the attitude of the State press. Southwest quarter (sw ') of south east A. .O MADONELL, Asst Gen. ass. Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.
't : g cl ularly after the late disastrous fire rights and privileges that it gives He certainly must not read. his ex- ue e iof sect) tiy-tw COB, Ticket gent, Gaineville.
cat igor. im; they can't am- whichdctroyed the city, it became the richest. le is for the rituary changes. eighteen (18) east, containing forty (40)

dow hi .vith i arethi detthat J sas i 1 system, by which* every farmer, It seems tobe a fact-lamentable T ether ithame ands and gular ten
...."ogareseoslan d, mustbeoduerlargelyo t Oie0ts, red i r hess. "
d withl"e. o a progress ust b largely to the woodmans or mine laborer, can go as it is--thrat voters' can not get a aces to the same belongitg or tim ary-
got them business energy and great sacrifices to the pollI and have as much to clear idea of what is going on in wise appertaining. g y G alsesville t& G ulf w'-
lon. W. M. HIlowa is now a by Mr.Stckton in the interests uf do with the select ofa United thepolitical world without reading erty.of the said enry and Julia Time Table i Effect July 5, 1903
fullI fleged candidates for State his city. .States Senator as can the kidgloved all the papers in the State. These ery to satisfy aud pay said decree,
Superitetident i of uplic In- 'Mr. Stockton's commercial and politician who manages to get to a things ought not so to be. News- L.. CtT, No. No. .
struction.. He now occupic, the political life"have both been clean. convention and- helps to nuatipulate papers should be trutifful or silent, C. C. THoMiAS, Special Master. al ly No-. 9 no' No.s.
position o County uperintedent, He has made political blunders matters to his own crowds own on all subjects, so that what is seen olicitr for Complainant. pt Daily Da STATIO. .
and has filled the office ice such Under pressure 'and persecution liking,. while the laboring. man--- in one can be taken for granted
ap able ,atnimer that .taiy people that. would have .appalled mtny whom the politician 'knows best without hav ing'to read half a dozen 'RiN"S '*.. .. .. T A r r
be level the: time huis cone hn'nt", he never wavered frotu the about electiout times1-has ni more others, compare statements an 1 -RI :NG... .. .
it should be said unto lum public interests, although his bus- say in the matter than if he had draw conclusions. Your Chickens. Eggs, Du--- 8
-"Comie uip highlier." itles interests were sometimnq al- been disfranchisea for stealing. vegetables, and in fnct all S 0 -'. ..
The r-vu .. t.ust dethroned by .his persecutors. The primary makes the farmer Hon. R. W. Davis should not be kduce.ds of Contry Pro- ..... .
pr. Theritt'tutn it Nacedonia is lls newspaper, the old Times- and otir laborers equal at the polls censured toe merely because cer- duce .. tla ....
"Spreading troul 'uke is promised Union, was a power that the corpo- to the politician (so far as his own tain anti-peoples papers are advo- W j P A Y .... ... -,-.- .....---
wrs peric tro helle hs. ivile the rations feared, and by their hun- vote goes) but at the convention- eating his candidacy. These pa.- ........w,, .... ..... '-:-.
es fal p an to feed dreds ot thousands of dollars applied well, he is not in it Mr. Stockton pers can not afford to appose all of Highest Prices or Couna. l L -' ---, ..... oa, me...
tted o false P'tllises of reform, through the shtbsldized Citizen, a is the friend of the primary, and the people's candidates. "Bob" is e e st. 70-l as -
heandhis unspeakable Peohle will newspaper owned by. the railroad Mr. Taliaferro is its enemy. a nice fellow, and has made us CaC O e A
renain- a menace to the world's systems of the Staie, they drove good Congressman. If he is elect- C A L N '
peace, and all must suffer more or the Times-Unio to the wall by the Perhaps Mr. Btrrs is also in a ed governor we hardly think we'll A Sta- i p -r^ y S
Less. His wiceko^d- Bihotilt be aiperlor weight of pressure and position to do a litt inU the line of have cause to reg t it. p an o a .oe re.t33BB o.r..l.. K .
, -.brou. t toa.. rdttMoniedi-nfluee, nad thq$ thought pulling down hils autagodGats epu. ive us a Trial.
11Y hinted uaus -,~ -; 4 that they had tuen co '.p"*lM4, .6ktt iu,. I f.. .ut. A -
ton utofb sa.P... ,,, .... ,. -$4 I -Ru- .r- ..
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1AIOtJt STOCKTON. wards givcn greater Ovrtions and ANONVMOIJ3 LETtES. STATE PtF'SS CULPPINUS. ..^ ^ ^ t4,g di A f
The aOii1e Twice-A-Week ar, If any of our readers believe that acquired greater strength among, We suppose every tow is cursed j For, perhaps, the fir-,t ti.e oI.t '
S'U.2. GODWIN, ino. N. C Stockton is tile kind of the masses of the people Iliaps he more or less, with anonymous letter record, enough fines were a.ss, sel'
dlr a ODW poN. Jo an the Times-Union, and other ,ver bad before. writers, and we have never yet been au collectr.l during the moi of
Propnti-Stokton papers wond have REoLNTIS.S RNawM.E. able to undeFstand why so manY Augut to, pa-v l. ,lr-s olt 1 -.

entered Apil 2h, lI,fat anevlle them believe he is, they must also "His enemies then endeavored to people will resort to such methods mai.hit. depti, inii.ai aiII ie
Fla., asseconl-class attrer, under Act of believe that he ought to be either injure his financial affairs. and even to "express" themselves. Perhaps, policemen.--St Atgs.tin Re-.cl. 1
Congress of March 3. is7. 2 in the penitentiary or the asylum wet so far as to pursue his bank- those persons who are called editors --1
buublished eery T a and F t we have too much faith in the ing interests as far as the door of receive more such senseless comu- Jackson county tiowd off the
Published every Tesday and Friday, wisdom and honesty four readers to the Secretary of the, Treasury at nications than any other class of yoke that bound her on Tne,-lay, |

25 Cents for Three Months. judgment on the man as his ene- out of his batnk and money that the for all editors, that anonymous let- 500 majority. We hope tue goud ls
oo O hs an foroloytMonthshereby efor p lledan hbeeewcny sayet-
....- mies are hoping they are. United States government had been ters, whether they be for publica- work will ctinue until c'-ry 1 K
ocal Rears in ,rre 5 ets The fact i, the anti-Stockton placing there as a public depository tion, or carry with them threats of county iall. Itt Iti.- ,for tile right.
a line for ea l insertion. people are up against a hard propo-, "Through all this bitter and mia- violence to the receiver, or volumes, --usti, Lake-Rvgi ,. .
Space for aispl alverte,,t l.riced lsition. They are trying to down a levolent persecutlod John N. C. of flattery for him, a-e neither ap-, --1 E ATm
on applicaticn. a man who will not down, and they Stockton stood on the firing line, preciated, respected or feared. After Alachua has- paced her yi
..... have become desperate. Persons faced his enemies resolutely, breast- Some of the most flattering let. road ,manacher y o, exlub;i.in. M
Gainesvil.e i, growing in a sub- who read only anti-Stockton papers ed all these waves of oppression ters we ever 'received were anony- why could not Duval minsp.ct and
stantial way can see nothing good in him, but and guided his business interests mous, and we did not appreciate order a duplicate or imuprvn,- tun.i -
there are others. The Tampa .triumphantly through to tihe high them. Some of the most threaten- Duval should lead as well a, Jack
Frank Clark w.iats to get in the Tribune is one of the most conser- est pinnacle of success. ng 'and uncomplimentary letters sonville, and there is no blttt r di-
clover, but lie C'a1r get over the native and ably edited papers in the 'And after having had lis prin- we ever received were anonymous, reaction than that which leads out
Bar(r)s. State, and the following is a part ciples indorsedby the election of. and we lost no sleep because of on a good road-Times Umnio. 4
Wise men profit by their mis- of an editorial in a recent issue of his brother to the State Senate of their visits, o i
co ser uheirs ". "on .- ., orida, fter o f the ost in- .If anonvnhus, writers would tThat reliable religious aond po- : fi Z
takes, but fools hardly ever dis- that paper. Florida, after one of the most in- If ano no writer would That reliable ligios and
cover theirs. "John N. C. Stcktn, of tense and iting campaigns ever' think about the injustice that niay litical daily, the Ocala Batner,
Jacksonville, who was the known in Duval county, he has, as be done to innocent persons by their whose verosity no one will dispute,
Gainesville is a splendid town, first candidate to announce himself the well known leader of the fac- writings, those of them who are at tells a story of a man wvho was re-
but there is room to improve-cer- for the United States Senate, more tion of politics that represents the all honest would quit the practice, turning home froin a hunt, witeit T .--.T .
thin street and side-walks. than a year ago, is a native-born actual Democrats of the State of A person who gets an anonymous he tnet an aligator in the road and
..... a F Ploridian. He isa of old Gadsden Florida, entered into the arena for letter is almost sure to locate the the 'gator took his gun away from -t
yMassachings tt how about burning county stock, and after his boyhood the United States Senate, sanding writer in his or her own mind (they him and shot at him. The man's ESTA

thosewho we called witches? b daysin hat county he oved to on his past record a te eef sn'thelp it) and notwithstanding name is J. M. Carter and the& CO
to e Jacksonville, and 'has been a con- the people the suspected person may be per- incident is sworn to.--Puita'Gorda .U 11 JI X J.
Mt. Vesuvius' present state of spicuous figtire in its business and vance of the principles that he has fectly innocent, he must, uncon- Herald.
eruption i.s both magnificent and political circles 'for the last fifteen 'stooc for during the last fifteen sciously be lowered in the estima- If it is job ritig you want just send COtt n D epartm ent, AinE5V
terrible, so it is claimed by those or twenty years. He has been con- years, through the stormy vicissi. tion of the receiver of such a letter. your order to the tar. it will have
who claim to have witnessed it. sistently an' advocate of the inter- ttdes of the politics of Florida. We believe that anonymous letters pr11 pt yenti. nwfrk tith ri M nd
ests of the people, and in battling "His active work emancipated are sometimes written by persons ..e.. s SA E OU l
Is it not about time for certain for the same he has been the central the Democrats from the corrupt ss who really desire that others be sus- SH virtueF's an LE.ecutn s-
t eUader afd by virtue of a eecttio -SeoLi
justices of the peace in this countY figure on the people's side of poli- ten, and the corrupt system, and pected, and doubtless innocent per- sued out of the Circuit Coeut of Florida, In Seed or Lint, Large or Smarll Uanttties.
to quit imposing $50 fines 'in 'cses tics, represented by a large major the convention of 1900 at Jackson- sonls are sometimes suspected. fth a it i sdfor lacTa Advances made. Warehouse charges free. Fi
where the law requires no less than ity faction of the Democrats of ville represented the final triumph Anonymous writers should certainly .tin favor of w A. yAnahin aiiAva,
a $100 fine? Florida. of hispruciples for which he has be shunned, if not despised. against R. I). Middleton, I, V. Fen- ade by letter orwire. Correspodece solicited.
Sedent Hot ''Mr. Stockton has been so ac- contended for the last fifteen years." WE WILL NEVER FORET. avlevied on as he property ofthe
ow that.Superinte ......Mr.." 'W! WILL :N have lev.edWupon as.the property of the
o.wy ti .uperin Qe i tive as a leader that the artillery of said R. DI). iddleton, and will ell at -- ---- -
loway is candidate for theloffice of c f o o h u DR. POR.8.' R 'SIONTION We will never forget the Sheats- public outcry., before .the court house
State Superintendent who will be corporate force. of Florida ha. MeBeath campaign of 3-4. ears door, in the city of Gainesville. Alachlu atgg e 9 egrAg ec e ."Cegf -,-.e
our next County Superintendent of bee drilled 'on hi with unceasing Dr. Forbes hs resigned the ogo, That campaign was a hun- ofotober, A. I). 190 o3, between the legal
S twarare from thetime of his entry presidency of Stetso University- of tn iece orALACUA COUNTY ABSTCOPANY
Public Inst.'ct'.? itnto politics up to the present time as will be seen in today' STAR- er ad about four iths o theparcel of landsituated, lyingof t being ainesville, Florida
Burke Cchran Is rered "Hiscourse in the Legislature andhas been granted a leave of editors in the State (among whom in the County of Alachua, State of Flor.
orke ohran is reportedwas thi writer) were denouncing ida, articuarly known and described as The question of title a first consideration for the investor.
predicting, that Ireland will'soon was a test of, his superior, general- absence on full pay until the an eats a a ing that Tom F folows,to-wit: fort four(4), block e TitTo y piece ofland in Alachua Cot i
enjoy home rule. Liberty loving ship, where, by sheer strength of nunl meeting in February, when Addition to the town of Hih Springs, furnished on
people everywhere wotd hail such- character against thousands of dol- the resignation Will be acted on. McBeath (one of the best mien in dFloid. Togeiter with all and singular TAXES ETORED AD PAID. Al usiess given prompt and
people everywhere wo a rthe State) wa going to be our the hereditanients and appertenances to Attention.
condition with joy. lars spent in the interest of Col. Intaking this stethe Dotor has next tate upitendent of Pub. the belonging or in any wise appear COLSON, Mn e
Chipley's election,, lie held the anti done just what he / should have next StateSupritedent of P taini.
When circuit court convenes here corporation forces until a caucus done at least eight months ago, as lieInstruction For our part we Sai ty property tolie old a s the proper- DAa
next month some blind tiger patrons was reached, w,,ich nominated' this writer has all the while be-' e r nd weare sure that said execution and costs. FNI .,
ill have to spit out something be utinder the guiding ind of Mr. lived. easy winner, and we arers surehared Sheriffof Alachua Co. la.
fore the grand juryor perjtre theim- Stockton thetHon. StephenL R. Mal We are not wise etnou ghto say many ofour brother editors sh d C. ar ATeSn 'iN, .
selves. lory, of Pensacola, for Unitld whether the charges agsiuist. lhi with its in. that opinion. We had Plaintiff' Attorney. 3
States Senator.. wcre true or false, but It seel-es to o beStter sene than to think be-E MAs '3 sA.
When blind tiger operators enter "Mr. Stockton has been as nutch us that li atd his friend should cause nearly all of the newspapers Under and by virtue of a final decree I
a respectabl place with their bottles a ness success as he has prove sn t iure that were for McBeath he was sure to of foreclosure made and rendered o the Schedle effective June 28,
business cessaseasprov h seI'o for ow 011 29th da y of July, A. D. 1903, by the Schedule Ffective Je 28, 1903.
they should be showni the way outt hiselftobe a success in defense aof wethir iunocuui ,r ,uit, tlie win, and many other editors had no Hon. J. Wills, Judge of the Circuit
and not conducted to the rear and the rights of the as s of people ol st inteet-Ir ti te ac l u. u 1ta better sense than We had, and Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit of the 27 3 55 SOUTHERN DIVISION. 54 34
uanduC0odltcieadtioinre rear on th riglts on t ^ masethouoplet,.,( t ..th ...,. Stateof Florida, in a certain cause theresthe8in'
furnished with drinking glasses, the State of Florida. His business lId his resignatuiotn, , notwe right? Well, not much. When il Mary Gordon was comiplanant, and '" i5 0 55 3 40p 3aldwin 8o 10 a 65
"So far as-we know, all of thecai- ventures halive always been success- they have seen it, amidl t1B. tokr we right? Well, not much. When it Mary Gordon was cotriplanat, F.Brookerd t o 45P 13p ..... Baldwino ..-o 2a 6
'didates for Ofwice inothis State at ful, and whether in banking or gtin- has resigned, we think thy ld te rub cae t was no rub and Joseph. Landrum were defendants. t2 4 5 36p Ar 2 GAINESVII ,E Lv 7 53af3
didates fox office il thS State et all for Sheats, and McBeath, I, W. S. Brooie, as special master in- 5 36p Lv y Ar 53a .
present 'are citizens of tihe State, eral business circles, ie has aetwns also sep that the next bt-,t ttiiug to al o. o MBegoei mo, chacery, duly appointed as such by the - .-.. 7 55p Ar ..... Cedar Key .rLv 5 15a
present Marer. Clark ad Do gher- been a safe and conservative com. do is to secure (if it can be done) though good enough to be over sar id court, will sel at public auction be- 2 6p I-v. Silver Springs .. .. ....
cept Mesrs. Clark and Douger-or presidents simply not in it, ore the court house door in the I 58p 12 5a . Oca .
ty, who are candidates for Con- mercial factor, and has been so r,.. the services of Mr. Stetson as even a little bit city of Gainesville, Florida, on Monday, 2 55P 2 131 Wildwood ..
ognizedin financial and business chairman of the Board of Trustees n a little bit, 7tdayofptenber, A. D. 903, be 5 p 7 20a . . Orado
gress. circles f this city ad State i eris o better or Now a l large majority of the out- tween the legal hours of sale, all that cer- 4 4p 4 a . . ade City .
circles of this city and State- again. There is o better or tain lot, piece or parcel of land, situated, 5 p 5 39 Plant City 9
It has been discovered that con- HI WORK FOR HIS (ITV. unobler man than the present chair- spoken papers are declaring that lying an beit g in the county of Alachua, 7 p i i 2,oa Palmetto .. 4
mton swamp mud, properly dried, "The city of Jacksonville lhias fell man is, but he knows, as others do, Taliaferro is goig t be elected to haltef of the Flnortheast descquarter and the 7 45 12 3P 46 .... .. Sarasota 3
makes a splendid fuel. If political the strength of Stockton. that the keeping of Forbes was the the United States Senate without north-east quarter of the north-west 6 oop 645a Ar . Tampa .. 8
mud could be utilized in the satie ken bsitess brain, having ad, at lo inug of Stetson, and if it has been any trouble at all, and that Stock- quarter o tasect tw towns tet NORTH AND EAST 34 66 WST & NEW ORLEANS
way we would be "fixed" for fuel critical times when the city's bti.- decided that Forbes must go, ,then ton is simply not in it. And, can- 2 acres heretofold sold to John Iagan, Lv Jacksonville ... 845 7 14p Lv Jacksonville -. 3'
in Florida'. iess itinteests were at stake, hisser- should not-Stetsoni return"- didly, we believe some of othe eidi- also torty acres sold to Peter Sylvester, tAr Feruiandina in- -a 019 ooP Arr Liakeky .C.i.. t
tgte italro in ga the tetureets Arer artaik------& tap bo 35p ArSLivenOek---d--e-------6
A pro vtr te city vices for two ters as irma of The Star is glad in deed that Dr. tors 'hav no better sense than to ents hereditaments and appurtenances Ar Savannah op Ar adison
aidpro in tie vhieaior tof the cditoryast the Board of Pabie Works which Forbes a resigned, because we believe they are telling the truth,btt to the same, belonging or in anywise ap- Ar eFairfax- .. 3 p 44a Ar Monticello .. -9
snid inght, the hearing of the editor last he Boardis as necessary to the bintss believe it will be better for the the people are to be heard from yet, Said property to be sold to satisfy and Ar 3 57P a Ar Tallahasee .
nightate, that e had been ainesvill overha the body is as necd proessary to the busity ofss University and no worse for hii, and when they are heard from the pay said decree fees and costs. Ar Camdnen 7 4p 5 54a A River Junction ....
beState and rshant ind esvilemat, Jk ackuvlle as any position. State May the smoke of battle now pass result will be just about such a re- Speci ter Ar i nto osp Ar ol
b mayor, mrsh nd policeman Jacksovlle as any position, e away, and the horrors of the conflict versal of editorial opinion and pre- CsnTroitu M^AtHsoRN, Ar Southern Pines p 9 6a Ar New Orleans
of anytvAown.he hasSeen. or atioal, could possiby be be forgotten. May Stets on Uni- action a was the successofSheats for Copainp.ant. Ar R gho PO. 45a Lv Jacksonville -
s .u.s .espoutd. to the call ofishis be forgotten. May Stetotn U- the .lAAr-"rtSTERmS SL. th..........8 O 5 P Ar aco '. "
If you would know sonethiltg people twice in that position, when veraity mow prosper as it never has nover MceathA te a nal decree AR ih on 6 35 3 2p Atlanta
about J. M. .arrs' ability, you everyone knows what its onerous before, and may Doctor Forbes The Starke Telegraph says so made atnd rendered by Iloi. WA. AHock- Ar Baltimore ----. I-t n aI -- oi s .
iteed only look.up his record ltnce work meaus, what a drain it is on fintd a new field of usefulness, and far as it has seen the Brouson er, Ju e of the ifth Jud ical Circuit Ar Philadelphia..... 3p a a t Louis
he became Jacksonvillei: city at- a business man's time, and how pit- may. unalloyed happiness come to Times-Democrat and the St. Peters- county, in chancery sitting, on the I8tl . .
tortiey. As a worker, and one iful the compensation isfor the ser-. him and his excellent family, is the burg.Times are the only papers in aaunit isonlaiat and h days, fro ie le. o t 31 ex

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